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    Fall classes begin amid new construction

    August 21, 2016

    Students beginning the fall semester on Aug. 22 at  San Diego City College will encounter a major part of the central campus fenced off. The A, D and T Buildings are being renovated, a project expected to last up to two years. More than 15,000 students will begin classes at the downtown campus. The San Diego Community College District, which includes... READ MORE »»

    Construction crews have fenced of the A, D andT Buildings.

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