Gavilan College News
Browse past news stories for Gavilan College in Gilroy, CA.
- CSM coach Dovenberg is now cancer free
The California native was an offensive standout at Modesto Christian but went to junior college route with no initial offers ...
- Nominations now open for 2016 Gavilan College Community Spirit Awards - Benitolink: San Benito County News
Nominations are open through Wednesday, Aug. 31 for the 2016 Gavilan College Community Spirit Awards. Anyone who lives or works in the Gavilan Joint Community College District may nominate a b ...
- Filing period for Gavilan College trustees seats opens - Benitolink: San Benito County News
Under the new process, Gavilan College trustees must reside in, and will be elected by the voters in each of seven single-member trustee areas (TAs). In past elections, voters in all pa ...
- Dr. Kathleen Rose named president/superintendent of Gavilan College - Benitolink: San Benito County News
At its meeting on June 14, the Board of Trustees of Gavilan Joint Community College District named Dr. Kathleen Rose as the next President / Superintendent of Gavilan College. The appointment includes ...
- Register now for Summer and Fall classes at Gavilan College - Benitolink: San Benito County News
Summer session starts June 20, and Fall semester starts Aug. 29 in Gilroy, Hollister, Morgan Hill and online. Registration is now open for summer and fall classes at Gavilan College, which o ...
- Candidates for Gavilan College president share views - Hollister Free Lance
Asked about what opportunities and challenges Gavilan College faced, both Rose and Zhou mentioned the need to look at greater pathways for basic skills instruction and determining ...
- Public forums for Gavilan College superintendent today - Benitolink: San Benito County News
A screening committee comprised of Gavilan College board members, students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community members has recommended three finalists for the college's next superint ...
- Gavilan College announces 3 finalists for superintendent/president - Benitolink: San Benito County News
A screening committee comprised of Gavilan College board members, students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community members has recommended three finalists for the school's next superintend ...
- Guest View: Expand options for Gavilan College - Hollister Free Lance
Three Blind mice could be our Gavilan College trustees representing San Benito County. See how they run. They all ran after the Fairview corner site. But that locat ...
- Trustees advocate Fairview site for Gavilan College - Benitolink: San Benito County News
The future of a Gavilan College campus should be focused on the Fairview Road land that the school already owns, officials said at the March 8 Board of Trustees meeting on the Gilroy ...
- Human remains found in Gilroy near Gavilan College - KGO-TV
GILROY, Calif. (KGO) --. Human remains were found on Wednesday in Gilroy, according to the Santa Clara Sheriff's Office. The remains were discovered south of Gavilan College near Castro Valley Road. It's unknown if the remains are of a man or a woman.Human remains found in Gilroy not those of Sierra Lamar ...
- Gavilan College Breaks Ground for Coyote Valley Campus - Gilroy Dispatch
MORGAN HILL—Gavilan College broke ground Friday on a major expansion that will bring thousands of students to a new campus in San Jose's Coyote Valley and focus hea ...
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.