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SBCC update for Feb. 8

SBCC update for Feb. 8

Message from the President – February 2018 Due to the disaster that continues to impact our community, our Spring semester was shifted one week later. I’m happy to report that our semester is in full swing and the campus is getting back to a normal routine. There is one story about the disaster response...
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SBCC Board Appoints New Trustee

SBCC Board Appoints New Trustee

Robert Miller Appointed after application and interview process Robert Miller At a Special Meeting of the SBCC Board of Trustees on Friday February 2, the Board voted to appoint Robert Miller to fill the vacancy for Trustee Area 2 – Goleta. The Vacancy existed as a result of the resignation of Dr. Marianne Kugler...
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March 21 — SBCC Faculty Lecture: “Crime Across the Curriculum”

March 21 — SBCC Faculty Lecture:  “Crime Across the Curriculum”

“Crime Across the Curriculum” may sound like a line on a police blotter, but as the title of the upcoming 39th annual Faculty Lecture at Santa Barbara City College, the topic will prove to be far more intriguing and far reaching than a simple list of recent illegal activities in the neighborhood. On March...
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SBCC Board of Trustees Elects New Officers

SBCC Board of Trustees Elects New Officers

Veronica Gallardo, Board President Jonathan Abboud, Board Vice President At its organizational meeting on January 18, the Santa Barbara Community College District Board of Trustees elected Veronica Gallardo as president of the board for the 2018 calendar year. This organizational meeting was postponed from December due to impacts from the Thomas fire and January...
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SBCC Express to Success Program Receives Exemplary Award

SBCC Express to Success Program Receives Exemplary Award

From left: Chancellor Oakley, Julie Bruno, Kathy Molloy, Vice Chancellor Alice Perez, President Estolano, Vice President Epstein and Joseph Quintana. 2018 is off to a good start at Santa Barbara City College. Recognized as one of two colleges to receive the prestigious California Community Colleges Board of Governors Exemplary Program Award, SBCC was honored...
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Feb. 7 — SBCC presents: Coaches vs. Cancer Basketball Fundraiser

Feb. 7 — SBCC presents: Coaches vs. Cancer Basketball Fundraiser

Santa Barbara City College Vaqueros will once again participate in the California Community College Athletic Association’s “Coaches vs. Cancer” initiative, donating all proceeds from this year’s designated event to the American Cancer Society. Members of the community are invited to support the effort by attending a fun night of basketball when the men’s and...
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Limitless Possibilities Await at SBCC’s School of Extended Learning This Spring

Limitless Possibilities Await at SBCC’s School of Extended Learning This Spring

  SBCC is pleased to announce the launch of the first schedule of classes for the now fully-integrated School of Extended Learning. The colorful and easy-to-read Spring 2018 schedule, which is now available online, at local libraries and over 200 other locations in Santa Barbara County, describes hundreds of class offerings in dozens of subject...
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SBCC Campuses will remain closed until Mon Dec 18

SBCC Campuses will remain closed until Mon Dec 18

SANTA BARBARA — Due to the ongoing nature of this fire, all SBCC campuses will remain closed until Monday, December 18th. This closure includes Main, Wake and Schott campuses as well as Cosmetology and Child Centers. Staff and Faculty should not come to campus. Students should not come to campus. Please continue to check sbcc.edu or SBCC social...
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January — A Class for Every New Year’s Resolution, Starting Now at SBCC School of Extended Learning

January — A Class for Every New Year’s Resolution, Starting Now at SBCC School of Extended Learning

SANTA BARBARA — Now is the time to commit to 2018 resolutions by choosing among hundreds of eight-week, tuition-free classes beginning the week of January 16 at SBCC School of Extended Learning. Spring Semester runs January 16 through May 12 and features two eight-week sessions of tuition-free classes to enhance life skills in the...
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Santa Barbara City College update for Nov. 14

Santa Barbara City College update for Nov. 14

Message from the President – November 2017 November is a time to be thankful. As President of this wonderful institution, I have much to be thankful for. Two recent events reminded me how much I am thankful for our community and its commitment to education. I was recently able to attend and participate in...
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Through Nov. 7 — Award-Winning Local Historian and Author Erin Graffy at SBCC School of Extended Learning: ‘After the Fall: A Cultural History of Postwar Vietnam’

Through Nov. 7 — Award-Winning Local Historian and Author Erin Graffy at SBCC School of Extended Learning: ‘After the Fall: A Cultural History of Postwar Vietnam’

SANTA BARBARA — It’s a period that’s been explored in many ways and mediums, most recently in Ken Burns’ documentary series “The Vietnam War.” However, the country’s postwar history is rarely explored. Now Santa Barbara will have a chance to understand this fascinating and significant time with SBCC School of Extended Learning instructor Erin...
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Nov. 7 — Best Practices in Customer Service – SBCC Career Skills Institute

Nov. 7 — Best Practices in Customer Service – SBCC Career Skills Institute

SANTA BARBARA — This course teaches students how to apply strategies that will retain your valuable customer base and earn repeat business. Students will learn how to resolve complaints, manage verbal and nonverbal communication, and the steps for defusing angry customers. Students may elect to take this course independent of a Career Skills Institute...
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Through Nov. 10 — Tuition Assistance Application Period Opens for SBCC School of Extended Learning Spring Semester

Through Nov. 10 — Tuition Assistance Application Period Opens for SBCC School of Extended Learning Spring Semester

SANTA BARBARA — To help as many people as possible take fee-based classes, SBCC’s School of Extended Learning is opening its Tuition Assistance Awards application period through Nov.10 for the Spring Semester. Students with limited resources can apply for $125 tuition assistance. Application forms are  available online at https://www.thecll.org/library/tuition-assistance. Paper forms are available in person at...
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SBCC — An Open Letter to DACA Students

SBCC — An Open Letter to DACA Students

I am saddened this morning that the President of the United States is not honoring the executive order that created the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).  As a DACA student, you should know that none of this is of your making.  It is not your fault, and you are the innocent one in...
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Through Oct. 10 — ‘Santa Barbara History You Don’t Know – but Would Love to Ask!’ at SBCC School of Extended Learning

Through Oct. 10 — ‘Santa Barbara History You Don’t Know – but Would Love to Ask!’ at SBCC School of Extended Learning

SANTA BARBARA — Santa Barbara’s past is filled with quirky characters, great inventions and forgotten stories that would even surprise a local. Whether you were born on the South Coast or made it a permanent home after falling for the coastline, local historian and SBCC School of Extended Learning instructor Erin Graffy will uncover...
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