STEM SUCCESS The College was awarded a $5.3 million federal grant to support students pursuing careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The project “Removing Barriers to STEM Success” will provide resources for faculty wishing to update curriculum for relevance to the changing job market.
GUIDED PATHWAYS Santa Barbara City College was selected, along with 19 other schools, to participate in the California Guided Pathways Project. The project will help California Community Colleges implement an integrated, institution-wide approach to student success by creating structured educational experiences that support each student from beginning to end.
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The City of Santa Barbara and Santa Barbara City College were excited to welcome the Santa Barbara Foresters to Pershing Park for the 2017 baseball season. This is a great summer community sporting event for June and July.
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SBCC PROMISE Provides any local student who completes their secondary education within the Santa Barbara Community College District with the opportunity to attend SBCC full-time for two years free of charge. The Promise helps make our community’s college fully accessible to all local students. A total of 843 students enrolled in the first year.
SCHOOL OF EXTENDED LEARNING
Dr. Anthony E. Beebe, Assembly member Monique Limón and Foresters officials celebrate the move.
The School of Extended Learning seeks to advance career and life skills. It is committed to honoring the rich, robust history of community education SBCC has always supported, and continues to support. We are looking to the future—by establishing a permanent structure that can meet the needs of many different populations in our community.
2016-2017 Report to the Community |
Santa Barbara City College 2016-2017 Report to the Community