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UCR reports major fundraising success

UC Riverside has raised more than $298 million in the first comprehensive fundraising campaign in the school’s 66-year history. “Living the Promise: the Campaign for UC Riverside” was announced in October 2016 and is scheduled to end Dec. 31, according to a statement on the university’s website. The Coronavirus pandemic …

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Inland universities make “Best in West” list

Cal State San Bernardino, UC Riverside, and the University of Redlands have been listed among the top colleges in the western United States by the Princeton Review. The New York-based education services company – which is not affiliated with Princeton University – also named Claremont-McKenna College, Harvey Mudd College, Pitzer …

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Survey: UC Riverside degree is a good investment

UC Riverside has been named one of the top U.S. colleges for offering degrees that yield the best results at affordable rates. CNBC Make-It, a business news website, ranked UC Riverside 14th on its annual list of  “50 Colleges That Pay Off The Most.” Earlier this year, U.S. News & …

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MSJC begins online semester

Mt. San Jacinto College began its fall semester Monday, even though the campus was all but empty. About 98 percent of the school’s classes are online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a statement on the school’s website. Automotive, nursing, and diagnostic medical sonography and other “hands-on” courses will …

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OC contractor put in charge of CSUSB project

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An Irvine contracting firm will oversee the expansion and renovation of Cal State San Bernardino’s Performing Arts Building. Rudolph & Sletten has been selected general contractor and construction manager of the $84 million project, according to a statement. Phase one will be the construction of a 106,000 square-foot addition to …

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MSJC to help train mechanics

Starting this fall, Mt. San Jacinto College will offer an automotive apprenticeship program. Some local automobile maintenance and repair businesses have expressed interest in helping students who are interested in working as automobile mechanics according to a statement on the community college’s website. “The apprenticeship [program] provides a vital supplement …

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