College Program Targets Spanish Speakers
A privately run college system with a campus in Victorville unveiled a new program this week that aims to tackle a worrisome trend: the wide gap in education levels between Hispanics in California and the rest of the state.
Published by: College Program Targets Spanish Speakers High Desert Daily Press on 5/9/2012
New College, New Model
Ameritas, launched last week, blends for-profit and nonprofit elements and has a singular focus on Latinos who are working adults. It is part of Brandman University, a private, nonprofit institution with 26 campuses in California and Washington. Co-located at four campuses in Southern California’s Inland Empire, Ameritas will offer relatively low-cost, accelerated associate and bachelor degree tracks. Its curriculum is designed to “crack the code” of helping Latinos get to graduation, administrators said.
Published by: Inside Higher Ed on 5/7/2012
Ameritas College Launches in California's Inland Empire Aiming to Address Hispanics' Higher Education Needs
Ameritas College of Brandman University, offering a low-cost, high-quality college education specifically designed to respond to Latino working adults' cultural, financial, language, and lifestyle needs, launched today and will begin enrolling students for classes to start in August 2012. Ameritas College students can earn Bachelor's degrees in Business Administration, Criminal Justice, and Psychology, as well as an Associate degree in General Education, at any of Brandman's four Inland Empire campuses located in Ontario, Palm Desert, Victorville and Moreno Valley.
Published by: PR Newswire on 5/7/2012
Brandman University Announces Affiliation with City of Hope
Brandman University, a part of the Chapman University System, today announced that City of Hope has selected Brandman’s School of Nursing and Health Professions to provide educational opportunities to City of Hope nurses seeking a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing degree (BSN). In addition, a special Certificate in Professional Oncology Nursing has been designed by the University especially for City of Hope.
Published by: PRWeb on 5/7/2012
News Coverage of 74-Year-Old Valedictorian, Olivia Morgan
Local news station joined us for the Northern California Regional Commencement in Sacramento for this feature about Brandman University graduate Olivia Morgan, who was the featured undergraduate...
Published by: CBS 13 News Sacramento, CA on 5/7/2012
74-Year-Old Olivia Morgan Graduates as Valedictorian
Olivia Morgan helps herself to a new beginning by going back to school and graduating from Brandman University.
Published by: KCRA.com on 5/5/2012
Assistant Vice Chancellor, Jennifer Tucker Klein, Makes OC Metro's 2012 40 Under 40 List
As a data analyst, Jennifer Tucker Klein designs surveys for Brandman University and calculates the school’s graduation rate, but her expertise in data mining allows her to delve further into statistical analysis. She gleans information from social media apps and services to understand how and why they work, using this skill to examine the factors behind the data, such as how many students stay in school and what motivates them to do so.
Published by: OC METRO on 5/1/2012