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University of the Pacific awards more than 2,000 degrees at four ceremonies in three cities

University of the Pacific awards more than 2,000 degrees at four ceremonies in three cities

University of the Pacific is expected to confer 2,029 degrees during four commencement ceremonies in three cities over the next six weeks, celebrating a graduating class that includes 198 new attorneys, 201 new pharmacists, some 455 liberal arts majors, and more than 232 new engineers and computer scientists.

“I am extremely proud of this year’s class of outstanding Pacific graduates,” said Pacific President Pamela A. Eibeck. “These students have worked hard to prepare for leadership in their careers and in their lives. They’ve been mentored by some of the most brilliant and dedicated faculty anywhere, and I am excited for those grads to go make their impact on the world.”

UOP Offers Affordable Counseling Program

University of the Pacific is offering a substance abuse counseling program. The program is very affordable and can be completed in less than a year. Applications need to be in by June 8, and classes start in July.

Delta College's Disability Support Programs and Services's Annual Open House, May 6

Delta College's Disability Support Programs and Services's Annual Open House, May 6

DSPS is hosting its annual Open House for high school seniors and their parents on Wed., May 6, 5 - 6:30 pm in DeRicco 275. This event is designed to assist students and parents in their transition from high school disability related services to community college. The public welcome!
More Information - https://www.deltacollege.edu/dept/dsps/index.html

DELTA COLLEGE'S SUMMER SESSION 2015 - CLASSES START JUNE 15

DELTA COLLEGE'S SUMMER SESSION 2015 - CLASSES START JUNE 15

Don’t delay! Register TODAY for Delta College’s Summer Session at our Stockton & Mountain House campuses.

*Summer Session Class Schedule/Registration Calendar/Online Registration - http://bit.ly/1EpGGTR
*New Students - http://bit.ly/1QgGJVg

SJDC Student Art Exhibition, April 23

SJDC Student Art Exhibition, April 23

Delta Center for the Arts
LH Horton Jr Gallery presents
16th Annual Student Art Exhibition & Awards Competition
April 23 – May 15, 2015
Doors Open for the Reception & Awards Presentation April 23rd 5 – 7p.m.

Delta Center for the Arts LH Horton Jr Gallery presents the 16th Annual Student Exhibition & Art Awards Competition, April 23 – May 15, 2015. An opening reception and awards presentation will be held Thursday, April 23rd from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. (Note: doors won’t open until 5pm on April 23rd). All events are free and open to the public.

Charter Schools Gain Momentum in San Joaquin County

Charter Schools Gain Momentum in San Joaquin County

Year after year, we see more parents demanding high quality school choice options for their children. Current enrollment numbers tell us that an estimated 547,800 students are enrolled in charter public schools across the state for the 2014-15 school year. Charter enrollment grew by an estimated 33,525 increase this year. This growth pattern isn’t limited to student enrollment in existing charter schools, in fact there are 87 new charter schools that opened their doors this year, bringing the total number of charters in California to 1,184.  Despite the growth and momentum, charter school students only represent about 7% of California’s student population.  Yet according to a number of polls and studies conducted in recent years a majority of parents feel charter schools do a better job than traditional public schools. 

Delta College dedicates Horticulture Center

Delta College dedicates Horticulture Center

San Joaquin Delta College President Kathy Hart said it was the perfect day to dedicate the next project in a series of improvements at the college as she cut the ribbon signaling the opening of of the new state-of-the-art Horticulture Center Tuesday afternoon. Picture: And attendees agreed it was - sunny with a slight breeze- outside the two new working greenhouses and updated plant nursery, a "production classroom" according to horticulture professor Mike Toscano. He proudly showed off the updated facilities saying that all the plants had been grown from seeds, cutting or plugs. "Everything here has student value-added," said Toscano. "Each plant has been worked on by a student." The horticulture nursery is a hidden gem for plant-seekers with prices way below your average retail or big box stores. It's open to the public each Friday from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM and will be open the same hours this Saturday for a "weekend sale".