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2013 Sponsorship Package for companies
2013 Sponsorship, Exhibitor, and Advertisement Registration Form for companies
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2013 Sponsorship, Exhibitor, and Advertisement Registration Form for campus departments and non-profits
The California Higher Education Sustainability Conference (CHESC) and the University of California, Santa Barbara invites you to join us for our twelth annual conference, June 23rd-27th, 2013. This conference is a rare opportunity to increase visibility for your company to a statewide audience representing all four systems of higher education. This event is the only conference which brings together the University of California, California State University, California Community Colleges, and private and independent colleges and universities as organizers, speakers, and attendees. The steering committee includes representation from the University of California Office of the President; California State University and California Community College Chancellor's Office; and private and independent colleges and university leaders.
Buying Power of California Higher Education
The California Community Colleges comprise the largest postsecondary system of education in the world. Approximately 2.6 million students are enrolled each year at 72 districts encompassing 112 campuses, 70 approved off-campus centers and 23 separately reported district offices. These assets include 23,879 acres of land, 5,052 buildings, and 71 million gross square feet of space that includes 46 million assignable square feet of space. The system also has numerous off-campus outreach centers at various facilities. The California Community College System's 2012 five-year capital outlay plan projects a total facilities need of approximately $30.9 billion. This unmet need includes the construction of an additional 15.4 million assignable square feet (asf) for new facilities to meet enrollment growth and 27.6 million asf for the modernization of existing facilities. Also, our system's 2012 five-year scheduled maintenance plan projects a total need of approximately $981,000,000. The University of California expects to invest a total of approximately $6.77 billion in capital construction projects between the periods of 2011-12 and 2015-2016. The California State University expects an $6 billion capital outlay for facilities over the next five years.
Grow your business with the sponsorship of the 2013 Sustainability Conference.
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