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THE TITAN The establishment of Orange County State Col- lege was authorized by the State Legislature in 1957. The master plan called I for a campusto provide for up to 20,000 students by 1980. While this projected enrollment would make this college one of the largest in the world, there are facts to support the long-range planning necessary to pre- pare for a large number of students. Two comprehensive reports on the mounting pop- ulation of Orange County show that this county, the fastest growing in the state, has nearly tripled in pop- ulation since 1950. Nearly 77 per cent of the habit- able land remains availableforfuture urban develop- ment. Public school enrollment isforecastto increase from 143,000 to 520,000 in 1980. The purpose of this yearbook, The Titan, is to re- cord some of the achievements during the first two years of operation of this college. It is hoped that this book will serve as a historical record of the early days and, also, will show some of the achievements and contributions of students and faculty who are helping to build an institution of quality as well as size. Students and faculty can look back on two success- ful years. Certainly the problems associated with growing are present, but there have been some im- pressive steps made and permanent foundations laid for what promises to be a challenging and interesting future. It is the hope of the Titan that this yearbook in some small way will make a contribution, too, to this building for the future. STAFF Published by the Associated Students, Orange County State College EDITOR: Art Johnson MANAGING EDITOR: Alan Shada STAFF MEMBERS: Marian Blythe Ellen Bryant Eleanor A. DeBolt Sue Reilly Dave Sprague a- It takes a lot of thought for a yearbook staff to select a theme idea and to decide on the content of the cover. This year the Titan staff thought the word BUILDING best described what has been going on here for the past two years and what will occur in the immediate future years. This term not only refers to cement, lumber, and nails, butalso to a building of curriculum, student body organizations and activities , and cultural developments. The BUILDING theme is carried out on the cover with a reproduction of plans for what promises to be the biggest building of all, a six-story science structure which will serve asthe college ' sfirstpermanent build- ing upon completion in 1963. ORANGE COUNTY STAT 1
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