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SBCC set to provide two-year free tuition to local students

KYLE SHIPE, Channels Staff

January 26, 2016

Santa Barbara City College is proposing a program that could provide local high school seniors with free tuition and books for their first two years. “The goal we should shoot for is two years,” said Geoff Green, SBCC Foun...

Studying abroad should be more accessible for American students


February 27, 2015

Studying abroad can be one of the greatest experiences in the lives of young people. Being able to see a different culture and become immersed in a whole new world can be scary, yet thrilling at the same time. Young people...

AB-540 allows decreased tuition cost for student immigrants


January 30, 2015

Santa Barbara High School held a meeting tonight informing prospective college students about Assembly Bill 540. The bill, created in 2001 by Governor Gray Davis, would allow certain student immigrants to pay in-state tuition...

Senate discusses ‘un-bankable’ students with Financial Aid


March 7, 2014

Director of Financial Aid, Brad Hardison, came to educate the Associated Student Senate about cash management last Friday. Hardison was recently nominated and selected to take the position as representative for all two-year...

SBCC Foundation offers nearly a million dollars in scholarships

Marika Cederlund, Channels Contributor

December 2, 2013

The competition of receiving a City College sponsored scholarship is big, but with the right technique, effort and willingness, every student has a chance of receiving one. Applications for the next academic year are open on...

Editorial: Academic renewal will help students reach promise land

October 6, 2010

College students screw up. It's in our nature and generally just part of being young. Blame it on immaturity, a lack of foresight, or simply laziness. We're bound to make bad decisions, and then live with the consequences. Poor dec...

Editorial: New transfer agreement not enough

September 22, 2010

Most students typically attend community college to receive an Associate's Degree or transfer to a 4-year university. But those looking to transfer are in for a challenge with the current state of education in California. Tuition ...

Continuing Ed students, teachers prepare for showdown

Zac Estrada and Zac Estrada

February 26, 2010

Fee hikes proposed for the spring quarter of City College's Continuing Education program proposed by the board of trustees may be decided on Thursday, but the drama surrounding the issue is likely to linger. Continuing Ed st...

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