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RCC gets anti-suicide grant

Riverside City College has received a $306,000 grant that it will use to help prevent suicides. The three-year grant from the Garrett Lee Smith Memorial Act, one of four handed out recently, will go to RCC’s health and psychological services department, according to a statement.  Nineteen other schools received similar …

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CSUSB ranked among best western colleges

Cal State San Bernardino has been ranked one of the best colleges in the western United States by The Princeton Review. This is the 16th year that Cal State San Bernardino has been named among the top colleges in the west by The Princeton Review, a tutoring, test prep, and …

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Inland vocational school receives SBA award

Vocademy, a Riverside County school that teaches advanced manufacturing skills, has received a $100,000 prize from the U.S. Small Business Administration. The grant was part of $1 million the administration gave out recently to its Makerspace Training, Collaboration and Hiring (MaTCH) Pilot Competition, according to a statement. “Our goal at …

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State money to pay for science buildings at MSJC

Inland Empire Federal Funding

Mt. San Jacinto College has received state funding that will pay for two STEM buildings, one on each of the college’s two campuses. On the San Jacinto Campus, a 37,000-square-foot science, technology, engineering and math building will include science labs, lecture halls, general classrooms, math and general studies labs and …

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Chaffey College starts classes

Chaffey College welcomed 21,000 new and returning students to the start of classes Tuesday, at its three Inland Empire campuses and online. Approximately 3,200 students are enrolled at the Fontana campus, and 3,700 in Chino. The school has about 5,200 students studying online. The remaining 8,900 students are attending classes …

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MSJC adds health centers at two campuses

Some students at Mt. San Jacinto College discovered some new campus amenities when they began classes Monday. The school opened health centers on its Menifee Valley and San Jacinto campuses that will give students better access to medical services and mental health counseling, according to a statement. A ribbon-cutting is …

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