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SBCC Promise numbers expected to double in size for Fall 2017

ZACHARY PATTERSON, Channels Staff

September 11, 2017

Filed under News

The SBCC Promise is well on its way to breaking financial barriers for local high schools just one year after it’s conception. The promise launched just over a year ago and expects to double its size of students from roughly...

SBCC founding member and retired professor dies at 91

JULIA LEE, Channels Staff

September 8, 2017

Filed under Features

The City College community is preparing to celebrate the life of Dr. Robert Casier, a founding professor who hired and mentored some of the most influential faculty members working today. A Celebration of Life is being planned...

Photography exhibit sheds light on beauty of everyday objects

ZURI SMITH, Channels Staff

March 21, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

Most people can’t recall the last time they took a moment out of their day to appreciate something ordinary. And that’s what “Beauty in the Mundane” is all about. The exhibition, curated by Atkinson Gallery intern Cristina...

SBCC College Promise continues to fund local student education

BROOKE SNOW, Channels Staff

March 17, 2017

Filed under Academic, News

The SBCC College Promise has given local students the opportunity to go to college for free so they can further their education and life goals instead of their student debt. As long as students meet the requirements made by th...

SBCC students invited to submit photographs for art exhibit

ZURI SMITH, Channels Staff

March 10, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Arts & Entertainment, Gallery, Preview

The Art Department will give students the chance to display their artwork in a semi-permanent display titled “Beauty in the Mundane” from March 20 to Dec. 8, 2017. “Beauty in the Mundane” will exhibit students’ ph...

Local graduates go to SBCC tuition-free with new program

Alexis Smith, Staff Writer

September 12, 2016

Filed under Financial Aid, Local, News

City College is excited to announce its first tuition-free program for local high school graduates. The SBCC Promise was introduced this fall semester for students in 2015-2016 graduating classes from high schools spanning from the Gaviota...

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