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Affordable Student Housing Taskforce - Shared screen with speaker view
Avita Hang
01:09:02
The recording from this webinar will be uploaded onto our Affordable Student Housing webpage. It can be accessed by clicking on the link below: https://www.cccco.edu/About-Us/Chancellors-Office/Divisions/College-Finance-and-Facilities-Planning/Affordable-Student-Housing
Amy Costa
01:32:23
Thanks for a very informative presentation with some real experiences and solid suggestions.
Linda Williams
01:44:23
creates community
Gerardo Chavez
01:46:37
Thank you for the presentation... very helpful!
Ronnie Slimp
01:56:56
Facility Utilization Space Inventory Option Net
Ann-Marie Gabel
01:58:50
FUSION is a software used to report on our capital outlay programs, space inventory, and scheduled maintenance. It is an acronym: Facility Utilization Space Inventory Option Net (FUSION). FUSION was created by the community colleges with funding from several districts. It is owned by all 72 districts and maintained by the Foundation for California Community Colleges through an agreement. Every district pays annual software licensing fees to maintain the system.
Lizette Navarette
02:04:33
we’ll update to Residence Hall
Linda Williams
02:05:58
Resident vs. dorms
Lizette Navarette
02:07:35
Indeed!
Linda Williams
02:10:24
great overview - I had not idea
Hoang Nguyen
02:27:05
The total construction amount is $1.6billion and for the total planning grant is $181.8million
Hoang Nguyen
02:29:18
That is correct. This amount comes from all the applications that was received.
Hoang Nguyen
02:34:03
The planning grant funds would be able to be used for determining housing demand at Feather River
Gerardo Chavez
02:34:12
Great question! I have heard stories from adult students have felt excluded from housing opportunities.
Iulia Tarasova
02:53:28
It would be helpful especially for first generation students
Kevin Walthers
02:53:43
😀
Ann-Marie Gabel
02:59:36
Would it be possible to calculate a per bed cost for the construction grants so we could see the varying degree in costs?
Hoang Nguyen
03:01:29
We can take a look at calculating the per bed cost.