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04/03/2024

We are excited to announce our 1st Basic Needs Fair
Date: Thursday, April 25th
Time: 11:00 am-2:00 pm
Where: SBVC Observatory Lawn
We will provide community and on-campus resources, including free lunch for students to inform them of the available services. All students are welcome to attend.

04/02/2024

Annual Cesar Chavez Memorial Dinner
Date: Wednesday, April 10
Time: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Location: B-100
All students are welcome to attend the celebration.

03/25/2024

Transfer and Career Services is taking students to tour Loma Linda University and the University of Redlands on Friday, March 29th!
Transportation and LUNCH will be provided.

College financial aid extension in the works for California students hurt by FAFSA mess 03/20/2024

California lawmakers are swiftly advancing a bill to extend a crucial college financial aid deadline by a month, aiming to assist students facing application challenges due to federal-level issues.

College financial aid extension in the works for California students hurt by FAFSA mess State officials hope to help students whose college dreams are endangered by glitches and delays affecting the federal financial aid application, or FAFSA.

SBVC HACU CHICAGO 2023 03/14/2024

Get ready to elevate your career, education, and leadership skills at the HACU 38th Annual Conference in beautiful Colorado! This conference, absolutely free of charge, is your gateway to unlocking your full potential. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity! Apply now and join us on November 1-3, 2024. All students, regardless of gender or ethnicity, are warmly welcomed and encouraged to apply. Secure your spot today: https://bit.ly/2024HACU.

SBVC HACU CHICAGO 2023 Members of San Bernardino Valley College including students, faculty, and administrators enthusiastically engaged in the esteemed annual Hispanic Association...

UC has enrolled more Californians, but lawmakers say it’s not enough 03/14/2024

State lawmakers demanded that the University of California system prioritize admitting California residents, especially at its top campuses, even if it entails raising tuition for out-of-state students.

UC has enrolled more Californians, but lawmakers say it’s not enough The system has enrolled more in-state residents, but not enough to meet targets set by the state.

03/05/2024

Applications are being accepted for the HACU 38th Annual Conference in Colorado (November 1-3, 2024). This free conference will help you reach your career, education, and leadership goals.
All students regardless of gender and ethnicity are encouraged to apply: https://bit.ly/2024HACU.

Photos from SBVC Student Services's post 03/01/2024

Now's the ideal time to reapply for Financial Aid for 2024-2025! Don't wait—Priory applications close on April 2, 2024. Join our in-person or online workshops for FAFSA and Dream Act application assistance. Let's make securing your financial aid a breeze together!

02/27/2024

Dr. Jessy Lemieux, Chemistry Department Chair gives a lecture on Coca and Co***ne – His expertise and training in Western scientific methods will be a great benefit to students of sacred plants. Students, staff, or faculty from the campus community are invited.

Biden administration cancels $1.2B in student loans with new repayment plan 02/21/2024

Starting Wednesday, President Biden will email 153,000 student loan borrowers enrolled in his signature repayment plan to let them know their debts — totaling $1.2 billion — have been forgiven.

Biden administration cancels $1.2B in student loans with new repayment plan President Biden will start notifying 153,000 student loan borrowers enrolled in the Save repayment plan that their debts — totaling $1.2 billion — have been forgiven.

02/08/2024

Registering to vote? Need ballot details? Come to our Voter Registration & Info tables in front of SBVC Library on Feb 13 - 14, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm. Visit bit.ly/sbvc-vote for details.

UC and CSU extend May 1 deadline to accept admission offers for fall 2024, citing FAFSA delays 02/08/2024

The University of California and California State University announced Wednesday they are extending the May 1 deadline for students to accept their admission offers for fall 2024, citing delays applicants are facing in completing a new federal financial aid form.

UC and CSU extend May 1 deadline to accept admission offers for fall 2024, citing FAFSA delays The two university systems will extend their May 1 deadline for students to accept admission offers, citing delays in financial aid applications known as FAFSA.

02/07/2024

Lunch and a Documentary - Back History Month event being hosted by the BFSA and Umoja-Tumaini program. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Date: February 7th, 14th and 21st
Time: 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Location: LA-100

FAFSA delays are leaving students in limbo. California campuses don’t expect help 02/06/2024

US colleges and universities are experiencing delays in receiving students' financial aid applications. Despite a new, simpler form being released in a soft launch on Dec. 31, the applications won't be received until at least March.

FAFSA delays are leaving students in limbo. California campuses don’t expect help California colleges doubt the U.S. Department of Education's plans will do much to help campuses struggling with delays in awarding financial aid.

Photos from SBVC Student Services's post 02/02/2024

Don't miss out on KVCR TV 24 and KVCR 91.9's celebration of Black History Month! Check out the attached list of TV and radio programs that boldly showcase the richness of contributions, achievements, and resilience in the Black community.

01/31/2024

The SBCCD Black Faculty and Staff Association presents the Black History Month Kick-Off on February 1, featuring Dr. Daniel E. Walker.
What: Black History Month Kick-Off with Dr. Daniel E. Walker
When: Thursday, February 1, 2024 at 4:00 P.M.
Where: SBVC Auditorium

01/30/2024

Transfer and Career Services is hosting the College of Social and Behavioral Science (CSBS) at California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB) Today, January 30th, 2024, from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in B-100. Chairs and faculty from the departments listed below will be on-site to meet with students and discuss programs and opportunities at CSUSB.

Fresno State guarantees admission to ninth graders 01/22/2024

Fresno State University is partnering with regional K-12 districts to guarantee admission to students as soon as they enter high school, which will hopefully set them on a clear-cut path toward postsecondary education.

Fresno State guarantees admission to ninth graders California State University, Fresno, is promising admission to local high schoolers as early as ninth grade, hoping to boost enrollment and build a “culture of college-going.”

01/22/2024

It's always a good idea to meet with a counselor periodically to review and update your education plan. If you haven't done so recently, consider scheduling a meeting with your counselor to discuss your education plan.

After rocky launch, FAFSA is now available full-time 01/19/2024

The department's announcement suggests the website is stabilizing during the soft launch period until end of January.

After rocky launch, FAFSA is now available full-time The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is officially open for business as usual, the Department of Education announced Monday afternoon, hopefully marking the end of a confusing, error-ridden and much-delayed

12/15/2023

UC Extends Fall 2024 Application for Transfer Students to January 15, 2024.

CSU faculty union's to hold 1-day strike at CSU Los Angeles 12/06/2023

The union representing faculty across the California State University system is planning to continue a series of one-day strikes on Wednesday, December 6 at Cal State Los Angeles.

CSU faculty union's to hold 1-day strike at CSU Los Angeles It's been a busy year for labor actions in California

12/01/2023

Hey Wolverines! Get ready for finals with FINAL STUDY JAM!

11/29/2023

Join us for a special event in honor of Native American Heritage Month. Tomorrow, on November 30, Mary Valdemar will lead a screening and discussion of From Wounded Knee to Standing Rock.
https://www.kanopy.com/en/valleycollege/video/11421588
The screening will take place from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm at the SBVC Library Viewing Room and is open to all community members. The discussion will follow from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm in person at Library 109, as well as being available on Zoom (https://sbccd-edu.zoom.us/j/86381862775).
We hope to see you there!

11/28/2023

Gentlemen, join us for Men's Empowerment Day on November 29th from 11 AM to 1 PM in B-100. This exclusive event for male students aims to provide a quality experience where you can be pampered, valued, and re-energized. Lunch and gifts will be provided to registered attendees. RSVP at https://tinyurl.com/SBVCMensEmpowerment to secure your spot. Space is limited, so don't wait!!

11/28/2023

Every year, SCTA and MEChA reach out to local elementary schools to obtain a list of their most vulnerable students. We ask you to participate in our Annual Holiday New Clothing Drive by providing one NEW outfit for each child to wear during the holiday season. The children we help with range from 3 to 12 years old. Your generous support is greatly appreciated.

11/27/2023

Valley College students are invited to participate in the Xochipilli Psychedelic Art Contest organized by the Xochipilli Club. The second annual contest will focus on the theme “Cempazuchitl: Flower of the Afterlife”. The contest has three categories of media: paint, pen and ink, and digital. Any enrolled student can submit their artwork for a chance to win the $150 first prize in each category. Submission deadline: December 1, 5:00 pm.

11/08/2023

Pastor Mack Memorial Holiday Food Drive
Come together with SCTA and MECHA for our yearly Pastor Mack Food Drive, dedicated to supporting the less fortunate in our community. Your assistance is greatly appreciated, and we extend our heartfelt gratitude for your generosity.

11/07/2023

Dodgeball Tournament & Resource Fair
You are invited to join SBVC's 2nd Dodgeball Tournament and Resource Fair, which will take place on Tuesday, November 14, from 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
The Resource Fair will be held on the Athletics/Gym Walkway from 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., followed by the Dodgeball Tournament in the SBVC Main Gym from 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
You can expect to enjoy music, food, prizes, and giveaways during the event. Don't miss out on the fun!

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