In 2006 the campus opened its first LEED-certified building, the Maintenance and Operations/Sheriff’s Station, which was the first new building in over 30 years. The award-winning Allied Health and Sciences Center opened in 2008, and has 131 new rooms, tutorial labs, and faculty offices for the departments of Life Science, Physical Science, Earth Science, Anthropology, and Health Science.
Other newly opened buildings include a new Student Services Complex, the Child Development and Family Complex, the Belle and Harry Krupnick Media Arts Center, the Library and Academic Resource Center, Community Services Center, and a parking structure.
The college is continuing to grow in the coming years with the addition of several new buildings such as the Valley Academic & Cultural Center (performing/media arts), Athletic Training Facility, Administration & Career Advancement (community workforce development) building, and a Student Union.
These building and renovation projects will keep Valley College in the forefront of the San Fernando Valley community colleges.