Ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrates new Fairfield campus location
Brandman University’s new hilltop location in Fairfield officially held its official ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday, June 5. The new campus is in Martin Plaza, 2450 Martin Road, Fairfield, California.
Dignitaries from the Fairfield-Suisun and Vacaville Chambers of Commerce, Assemblyman Jim Frazier’s office and Fairfield Mayor Jim Price joined Chancellor Gary Brahm; Linda Montenegro, director for the Fairfield and Travis campuses praised both the Solano County communities and the university for their partnership, which began at Tavis Air Force Base in 1972 and in Fairfield in 1988.
Among those attending the ceremony were representatives from the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District, whose offices are near the new location. “You send us students, we send you teachers,” said Brahm.
Others attendees included representatives from the Solano County Office of Education, the cities of Fairfield and Vacaville, and Solano Community College.
Speakers praised the university for staying in Fairfield when other institutions had come and gone, for focusing on working adults and single parents with its nontraditional approach to education and for being a strong partner in their communities.
“We’re very excited about this new location,” said Montenegro.
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