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In January 2014, the San Mateo County Community College District, under direction from the Board of Trustees, set a goal of 25% reduction in water use.

The Facebook page for the College of San Mateo football team has been releasing sneak peeks at the new football field, which will host its home opener Sept. 14 against Chabot.

On September 23, at 4pm, College of San Mateo will honor nine decades of its athletic legacy when it dedicates the Athletic Hall of Fame Plaza during a ribbon cutting ceremony. Sixteen former athletes and coaches will be inducted in the inaugural class of inductees and their names will be enshrined on granite and bronze pillars permanently on display in the Plaza.

Three-year initiative consisted of two buildings and 60 acres of site improvements

On March 19, the second annual business summit sponsored by The EDGE (Economic Development Growth Enterprise) became the first official event held in the new College Center.

College of San Mateo’s new Health & Wellness Building, which opened in 2010, has been honored with the 2011 Sustainable San Mateo County Green Building Award for Non Residential.

College of San Mateo’s new Health and Wellness Center qualified for LEED Gold certification. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is universally recognized by environmentalists as the standard of excellence for sustainable construction practices.

The College of San Mateo football program has thrust itself into the conversation of must-see facilities if you are a high school graduate looking to take your game — and your life — to the next level.

The May 7 issue of the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal featured an article about CSM’s new Health and Wellness Building in its Construction, Engineering & Architecture section, “Bond money backs expansion at College of San Mateo.”

Internationally acclaimed architect John Carl Warnecke, whose design portfolio included College of San Mateo’s College Heights campus, passed away on April 17 at the age of 91.