Home » Posts tagged with » College

Online education affected college students – 1 in 4 will not return

Online education affected college students – 1 in 4 will not return

By Beata Williams, Closing in on the 2020-2021 academic school year, students all across the country were affected by attending classes during a pandemic. At the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, following CDC guidelines, 97% of students who were enrolled in classes obtaining a bachelor’s degree shifted to online education. In a recent survey released […]

Commentary | No COVID Vax, No College?

Commentary | No COVID Vax, No College?

Editorial  by Jane M. Orient, M.D. Students looking forward to getting back to college are getting letters from 100 to 200 colleges notifying them of a new prerequisite: getting fully vaccinated against COVID-19. As one letter states, this is because of our “our continued desire to protect the health and safety of our community.” This […]

Affordable Online Degree for Transfer Program Becomes a Ventura College Hallmark

Affordable Online Degree for Transfer Program  Becomes a Ventura College Hallmark

College’s faculty trained in online teaching methods Ventura College is on the forefront of providing students in California access to education with its fully online associate degree for transfer (ADT) program. Though California community colleges have transitioned to online learning due to COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, Ventura College offers approximately 35 programs fully online. The college […]

Here’s How College Professors And Students Are Trying To Stop ICE From Deporting International Students

Here’s How College Professors And Students Are Trying To Stop ICE From Deporting International Students

By Jake Dima and  Spencer Landis  Several top universities and professors are pushing back against a recent ICE mandate that could deport international students taking only online courses.  Online-only schooling has become commonplace since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, but college professors at some institutions have sought to establish in-person dummy classes to shield international […]

About Wisdom

About Wisdom

    By Sigrid Weidenweber The definition of wisdom is the ability to discern between falsehood and outright lies, and the truth. Yes, there are truths and one must know them. The longer I look at the world, my own surroundings, consisting of our part of the globe, the more distressed I become. I remember […]

Ventura College Foundation Hosts Campus Tours

Ventura College Foundation Hosts Campus Tours

Ventura, Calif.—The Ventura College Foundation (VC Foundation) is hosting tours of the Ventura College campus on the last Monday of the month through April. The “A Pirate’s Life for Me” one-hour walking tour is for community members, service club representatives, community partners, business owners, alumni and donors who are interested in learning about current foundation […]

Moorpark College to Cancel Friday Classes and Close Campus

Moorpark College to Cancel Friday Classes and Close Campus

(CAMARILLO, Calif.) Nov. 8, 2018 – Moorpark College has canceled Friday classes and closed the campus as a result of the Woolsey Fire and related events. The Board of Trustees, Chancellor Gillespie, President Sanchez, and Moorpark, Oxnard, and Ventura colleges are following the situation and keeping students, faculty, and staff informed. Updated information is available […]

CA Controller Publishes 2017 Salary Data for University of California and Community Colleges

CA Controller Publishes 2017 Salary Data for University of California and Community Colleges

SACRAMENTO — State Controller Betty T. Yee today updated her Government Compensation in California website to include 2017 self-reported data for the University of California and California Community College districts – a total of 428,661 positions and more than $19.21 billion in wages.  Users of the site can: View compensation levels on maps and search […]

More than $1 Million in Scholarships Awarded by Ventura County Community Foundation

More than $1 Million in Scholarships Awarded by Ventura County Community Foundation

Hundreds of local students have been awarded a total of $1,165,750 in scholarships in the 2018 Ventura County Community Foundation (VCCF) scholarship program, which is now in its 25th year. The 352 scholarships are provided by scholarship funds established by a variety of donors whose generosity helps make a college education more affordable for deserving […]

Eber: Free Speech Dying at UC Berkley

Eber: Free Speech Dying at UC Berkley

  By Stephen Frank It cost the taxpayers $600,000 to allow Ben Shapiro to speak at Cal Berkeley.  For fifteen minutes on campus by Milo, you paid $800,000 to protect him.  Earlier in the year millions were spent on the riots caused by Progressives, Antifa and Black Lives Matter when they rioted, burned cars and building […]

Page 1 of 3123