Colleges and universities in the State of Texas use bond elections to authorize a district to finance items like new buildings, additions and renovations, land, technology, and buses and equipment. All school districts in the State of Texas are required to ask voters through a bond election for the authority to issue bonds to finance these capital projects. The College of the Mainland's 2023 Bond includes one proposition, Proposition A.
The College of the Mainland (COM) is holding a bond to create more opportunities for students to receive a high-value education at an affordable cost. This bond is part of a comprehensive 10-year plan that was created in 2015. A Facility Condition Assessment and a Space Utilization Study were conducted in 2022 to identify the immediate needs across the COM campus. The $250 million bond addresses enrollment growth, program additions, aging facilities, security features, infrastructure improvements, and the immediate need for new facilities.
Passing the COM 2023 Bond is an important step to expand the possibilities for students pursuing various careers, which will directly benefit you and your community. Vote "YES" for Proposition A and help make a valuable impact!
The four new buildings will provide additional space for new programs and will accommodate COM's increasing student capacity.
The COM is adding two new programs and four certificates to its diverse portfolio of course offerings:
Continuing Education Certifications
To address essential life-cycle improvements and increase the functionality of learning spaces, the COM will renovate the following buildings and create additional areas to best meet faculty and students' needs.
Buildings Receiving Additions & Renovations
The COM requires various improvements across campus-wide. Addressing these improvements will reinforce the safety, efficiency, and functionality of campus facilities for faculty and students while also introducing innovative features to enhance learning environments.
Campus-Wide Site Improvements