Planning for Higher Education Journal


The College That Tried
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From Volume 2 Number 2 | April 1973
By James J. Morisseau
Planning Types: Campus Planning

Institutions referenced in this resource:
Baltimore City Community College

There are good reasons—educational, economic, sociological—for educational institutions to coexist on the same site or even in the same building with governmental, residential, or commercial functions. At the same time there are roadblocks to such joint-occupancy arrangements, particularly for public institutions, in the laws governing the financing of public buildings and in bureaucratic inertia. This article is a profile of one institution—the new Inner Harbor campus of the Community College of Baltimore—that tried to share its facilities with commercial interests—and failed.

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