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This could be your classroom Want to learn in a wild place? Take summer classes at YCCD’s High Sierra Institute (HSI) in the heart of the Sierra. Individuals 16 to 70 years old from different locales around the state take classes at HSI, often shocked by the beauty that surrounds them and the low cost of the learning experiences. Lodging is free! Registration begins April 22.
Laurie Sylwester – Art Professor at Columbia College has been selected as one of twenty-five Summer Scholars for the “Legacy of Ancient Italy: The Etruscans and Early Romans” a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Institute. The process was competitive and the scholars come from across the United States. The studies will start in Lugano Switzerland at Franklin University and continue to Bologna, Italy for visits to Archaeological Museums at Marzabotto, Verucchio, and Florence. The studies include Etruscan town planning in Orvieto with a visit to Cannicella Necropolis and other archaeological sites. Studies will continue in Tarquinia with exposure…
On April 25th at 7:30 pm and April 26th at 3:00 pm, 2015, the Columbia College Community Chorus with orchestra will captivate audiences with their annual Spring Concert at St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Sonora. This year’s program begins with the haunting but uplifting Requiem by John Rutter followed by a set of English madrigals and African-American spirituals. Of course, there is the traditional audience sing-along with My Grandfather’s Clock in a special arrangement by Dr. Hollinger in its first-ever performance. A special treat for this concert is guest harpist, Dr. Beverly Wesner-Hoehn. A native Californian, she earned her Doctor…
Spend a spring afternoon strolling through Columbia State Historic Park, visiting quaint buildings filled with exquisite food and fine California wines and supporting a great cause. The Columbia College Foundation will host the 39th Annual Columbia Wine Tasting from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Sunday, April 19, a benefit to support the Columbia College Culinary Arts Program. More than 70 wineries and food vendors will set up shop in the State Park’s historic buildings, making it one of the most unique tastings in the West. Guests enjoy a tempting array of hors d’oeuvres prepared by students of the Columbia College culinary…
Fall semester begins on August 24. Priority registration dates are May 18 – June 9 depending upon student’s priority registration level. Open registration begins June 10. The list of fall classes will be available on April 29 via “Class Search”: https://apps.gocolumbia.edu/ClassSearch/
Summer Term & Registration Dates: Summer term begins on May 4. Priority registration dates are April 13 – April 21 depending upon student’s priority registration level – http://www.gocolumbia.edu/admissions/priority_registration.php Open registration begins on April 22.
Columbia College’s Fire Academy Graduation will be held on Thursday, April 30, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. in the Oak Pavilion. The Fire Academy is one of the college’s signature Career Technical Education (CTE) programs, providing strong job opportunities and critical community service to our service area. Successful Cadets will be honored during the ceremony.
Columbia College’s 46th Commencement will be held on Friday, May 1, at 6:30 p.m. in the Oak Pavilion. A reception will be held immediately following the ceremony in Carkeet Park next to the Pavilion for graduates, their families, friends and guests.
The Columbia College Foundation will host the annual Columbia College Scholarship and Awards Celebration from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 22, in the Dogwood Forum. Recipients and Donors will be honored at the event. The program includes musical performances, remarks from outstanding students and scholarship donors, and a closing reception with refreshments prepared by the Columbia College Culinary Arts Program. Students, faculty, staff and the public are encouraged to attend.