Cuyamaca College News
Browse past news stories for Cuyamaca College in El Cajon, CA.
- Jason Vieaux
Grammy-winning classical guitarist is presented by the ECHO Chamber Music Series at the Samuel M. Ciccati Theatre at Cuyamaca College. Vieaux's program is a global guit ...
- Cuyamaca College preparing to expand Ornamental Horticulture area
Cuyamaca College will break ground Thursday on renovations for its Ornamental Horticulture program. The Rancho San Diego ...
- ANOTHER RECORD YEAR AS GRADUATION DAY APPROACHES AT GROSSMONT AND CUYAMACA COLLEGES
With many earning multiple degrees and certificates, 1,860 graduates are expected to receive 2,752 degrees and 1,596 ...
- Cuyamaca College awarded $2.6 million grant to raise achievement among Hispanic students - The East County Californian (blog)
Comm Arts building Hispanic students at Cuyamaca College will soon see a significant boost in efforts aimed at guiding them toward obtaining certificates and degrees and transferring to four-year ...
- Cuyamaca College Gets $1.5M Grant to Help Students Succeed - Times of San Diego
A $1.5 million state grant designed to better prepare students for success in college level courses will go to Cuyamaca College, the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District announced Tuesday. The three-year grant will en ...
- COYOTE MUSIC FESTIVAL RETURNS TO CUYAMACA COLLEGE MAY 7 - East County Magazine
The annual festival, now in its eighth year, is organized, produced and promoted by students in Cuyamaca College's Music Industry Studies program and culminates a semester' ...
- Job Opportunities Coming to 2016 East County Career Expo at Cuyamaca College - The East County Californian
The 2016 East County Career Expo is free and open to the public. On April 28 session with Cuyamaca College Internship Developer Ali Mohareri will be discussing Social Networking f ...
- Career fair in May at Cuyamaca College - The San Diego Union-Tribune
EAST COUNTY — Cuyamaca College is hosting the 2016 East County Career Expo on May 4. Among the more than 50 employers at the job recruiting event wil ...
- Cuyamaca College Students Earn Top Honors and Academic Praise - The East County Californian
Two Cuyamaca College students have been named to the 2016 Phi Theta Kappa All-California Community College Academic Team – among the most prestigious honors for community college s ...
- President named at Cuyamaca College - The San Diego Union-Tribune
RANCHO SAN DIEGO — The Grossmont-Cuyamaca College District has announced it has hired Julianna Barnes, vice president of student services at Mesa College, as the new president of Cuyamaca College. Barnes, who will start her new job Oct. 5, had ...
- Cuyamaca College to host series on diversity - U-T San Diego
EAST COUNTY — A series of workshops that focus on diversity and social justice are scheduled for the spring semester at Cuyamaca College, which is recogn ...
- Powwow coming to Cuyamaca College - U-T San Diego
RANCHO SAN DIEGO — The Native American Student Alliance at Cuyamaca College has organized the school's inaugural powwow, an all-day event set for the first week of February inside the gym on campus. Th ...
- District 50 Congressional candidates debate at Cuyamaca College on Sept. 26 - Ramona Sentinel
Cuyamaca College will host the only debate between U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter and challenger James Kimber in the campaign for the 50th Congressional District seat. The deb ...
Savvy students are taking advantage of dual enrollment programs that allow them to take courses at community college and a four-year university concurrently. Learn about the benefits and how you can take advantage of these programs.
Many students enroll in community college with the intent of transferring to a four-year school. Of those who do, many succeed, and yet traditional colleges and universities continue to overlook them. Read on to learn more about why more community college students don’t transfer schools and to receive some tips for making the transfer yourself.
Community college is the only option for many students who either can’t afford a traditional four-year university or who need a more flexible school environment. Just because community college is different, however, doesn’t mean that its students matter any less. The Aspen Prize exists to encourage community colleges to do more for their students and to continually strive for improvement.