National University Ranked Among Top Twenty Universities Nationwide Serving Primary Adult Learners November 27, 2017 2017 Washington Monthly offers the only such comprehensive ranking assessment of institutions serving the adult learner population La Jolla, Calif. – The private, nonprofit National University is among the top colleges and universities in the United States for adult learners, according to an exhaustive new report by Washington Monthly, a nonprofit magazine that is known for its annual rankings of…

Media Release Fresno, CA – A key feature of the Central Valley Higher Education Consortium’s (CVHEC) Higher Education Legislative and Policy Summit is a discussion on strategy solutions to increase the Central Valley’s degree attainment rates. Higher education leaders, including all of the Central Valley Presidents and Chancellors of 25 colleges and universities from Stockton to Bakersfield, will convene in Fresno on Wednesday, October 18, 2017 from 7:30 a.m. to 1:15…

Fresno, California – Lumina Foundation has announced the Fresno Compact in partnership with the Central Valley Higher Education Consortium (CVHEC) as one of 17 communities across the country designated as a Talent Hub. Fresno, among the other cities, earned this new designation by meeting rigorous standards for creating environments that attract, retain, and cultivate talent, particularly among today’s students, many of whom are people of color, the first in their families…

Dreamers

A grim reality bears down on young people brought to the United States as infants or children. Many have been raised in California schools and now attend Central Valley colleges and universities. Since 2012, these undocumented students have been granted temporary permission to stay in the United States through the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. This measure was a temporary policy fix. However, DACA has delivered more than protection,…

July 4, 2017 COALINGA — In recognition of his 23 years of service to the West Hills Community College District, Dr. Frank Gornick has been named Chancellor Emeritus by the WHCCD Board of Trustees. The honorary title was presented to Gornick on the eve of his retirement after two decades of dedication to the WHCCD. Gornick has served as the district’s Chief Executive Officer since 1994 and retired on June 30. “It’s been…