Community Survey

The ELS Architecture and Urban Design team is working with the Ohlone College District to craft a new 10-year District Facilities Master Plan for the years 2022-2032. As part of this process we are surveying the communities within their college district for feedback on what they can do to remain an integral part of the community. Please take time to complete this survey so your voice can be heard and Ohlone can continue to provide quality education and services to Fremont, Newark and Union City and all the students it serves. 

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* 1. What is your relationship with Ohlone College? (check all that apply)

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* 2. What is your perception of Ohlone College within your community?

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* 3. If you’ve attended classes or events at Ohlone College, did the experience meet your expectations?

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* 4. With the rising costs of housing in the Bay Area, community college students and staff struggle to find affordable housing. Would you support a proposal for Ohlone College to build on-campus housing to help retain faculty, staff and students?

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* 5. Ohlone College covers the whole cities of Fremont and Newark and a portion of Union City, and Ohlone currently has a campuses in Fremont and Newark. Would Ohlone College better serve you if they had a facility in Union City or near Union City?

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* 6. If Ohlone athletic facilities were available for public use, would you use them for a fee?

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* 7. Which improvements at Ohlone College would you like to see in the next ten years? (check all that apply)

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* 8. Ohlone College is expanding its online course offerings. Would you be interested in taking an online course?

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* 9. Should the Fremont, Newark and Union City school districts collaborate more closely with Ohlone College, including sharing some facilities?

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* 10. Should Ohlone College promote its academic offerings and student support services more assertively to the general public?

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* 11. Are the current Ohlone College facilities sufficient to meet the educational needs of the Tri-Cities Community?

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