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- All Subjects: Arizona State University. West Campus
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- Resource Type: Text
Official Title: A Report to the Thirty-third Legislature on the Feasibility of Establishing a Branch of Arizona State University in Western Maricopa County.||The ASU Branch Campus Study Committee was authorized by an act of the Arizona Legislature, HB 2143. The ten members of this committee are representative of the fields of education, business, banking and government. At its organization meeting on July 23, 1976, Jack Whiteman was chosen as Chairman, and the resulting report is commonly referred to as the "Whiteman Report," and is credited for proving the need for the ASU West campus to the legislature.
This item lists projects, with their costs and descriptions, that Arizona House Bill 2037 would support if passed. These projects include the costs for the completion of the core buildings for ASU West.
This item, with handwritten edits, is an opinion paper concerning the state of the lease purchase option following, or just prior to, the passing of House Bill 2037 that would help the ASU West Campus, which was being built using tuition and fees, and was many years behind its schedule for completing the construction of its core facilities, by foregoing the usual "pay as you go" plan, and use the lease-purchase option to get back on, or ahead of, schedule.
This memorandum discusses ASU West Campus Core construction schedules, future usage of the Alhambra and Montebello campuses, and the cost of lease-purchase financing exceeding that of capital appropriation. It was sent by Gaye Murphy, Senior Analyst, to Joe Smith, State Budget Officer.
This memorandum from Theodore A. Ferris, Staff Director of the State of Arizona Joint Legislative Budget Committee, to Senator John Mawhinney and Representative Sterling Ridge discusses the lease purchase financing that the state was trying to pass to build ASU West. In particular, the issue was raised that by using this option, ASU West would be built only two years ahead of the proposed schedule, but at an additional cost of $57 million.
This program lists the individuals and organizations who helped create and advance the ASU West campus, including Founding Benefactors, Founding Donors, Founding Provost's Club Members, committees, and volunteers.
This publication provides information about people and events that created the ASU West campus as well as its first ten years.
This document includes only the "Student, Staff, and Faculty Forecasts" chapter of the "Planning Background" document.
In April of 1985 the Arizona State Legislature affirmed their support of the ASU West Campus Plan, described in this document, by appropriating $9.5 million for year one design and construction. The ASU West Campus Plan will provide order to physical improvements in the future. It is intended as a flexible framework to guide campus development consistent with a conceptual idea. No buildings have been designed; examples shown are purely illustrative.