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CSUSB to offer master’s degree in entrepreneurship

Cal State San Bernardino is accepting applications for its new Master of Science in Entrepreneurship and Innovation program. That program, scheduled to start next fall, will offer students with business, technical or other non-business degrees courses that prepare them to begin business ventures in large organizations, according to a statement. …

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Grant will help Hispanic students

Norco College has been awarded a $2.7 million grant that it will use to improve the completion rates of it Hispanic students. The Project Paces grant, which will be spent during the next five years, comes from Title V of the 1998 Higher Education Act, which helps some colleges and …

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Cal Baptist has record enrollment

Cal Baptist University welcomed 11,045 students for its fall semester, an all-time record for the school. That was an increase of 559 students  – 5.3 percent – compared to last year,  when 10,486 students signed up to take classes on the Riverside campus, President Ronald L. Ellis said in a …

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Manufacturing expo scheduled

About 500 high school students, most from San Bernardino County, are expected to attend the annual Manufacturing Day Expo at the Industrial Technical Learning Center in Fontana, scheduled to be held Friday. Students will meet with local manufacturers, view exhibits and participate in science, technology, engineering and math programs, according …

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Cal Poly welcomes nearly 28,000 for fall semester

Cal Poly Pomona received applications from more than 57,000 potential first-year and transfer students for the 2019-’20 academic year, the most the school has ever received. The school welcomed nearly 28,000 students – including 7,200 new students – to its eight colleges, according to a statement. “Students are attracted by …

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CSUSB starts academic year

An estimated 1,300 students began moving into residence halls and apartments Sunday, with first-year students landing in Coyote Village and returning students setting up in Serrano, Arrowhead and University villages, according to a statement. The latter is an apartment-style complex on Northpark Boulevard. Sunday included activities for students and volunteers, …

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