Palomar president has legacy of growth

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Others say he will be leaving a different impression. A dozen construction projects may have changed the face of the campus, but people more often talk about his upbeat personality and push for student success than buildings. The money paid for projects that included a multidisciplinary building, a teaching learning center, a child development center, a remodeled learning center in Escondido and new facilities for natural science, health science, industrial technology, the performing arts, humanities and a planetarium. His heart, however, was with community colleges. His connection to community college students was personal, dating back to when his family went on welfare when he was After his last high school class was out at 3 p. Deegan would work at a local drugstore until 10 p.

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