The San José City College campus community broke ground on the strikingly designed Career Education Complex scheduled for completion in 2024. The groundbreaking ceremony on Sept. 29 celebrated more than two years of planning for the $186.5 million project, one of the state’s biggest construction projects of its kind.
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San José City College celebrated the re-opening of its historic Jaguar Stadium after an $8.7 million renovation made possible by a voter-approved bond measure. The stadium renovation includes a track by Beynon Sports and a state-of-the-art football and soccer field by FieldTurf.
Head San José City College Women’s Basketball Coach Terri Oberg-Hearn, known as Coach O, has very local roots. She grew up in Campbell and first attended West Valley College, playing on both the college’s basketball and softball teams. She transferred to Cal State Fullerton to play softball, where her team…
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