MiraCosta College spring 2019 late-start classes begin on Monday, March 25, with dozens of classes in a range of subjects, that end at the same time as “regular” courses. Late-start classes are offered days, evenings, weekends, and online. Now is the time to work toward a degree or certificate, get started in the workplace, transfer to a four-year university, enroll for personal enrichment, professional growth or gain a new skill.
On March 13, MiraCosta College will host TECH Talk, a free event presented by the MiraCosta College Computer Studies and Information Technology (CSIT) Department in partnership with Point Loma Nazarene University. Students, faculty, community members and industry leaders are invited to learn about MiraCosta’s Cybersecurity and IT degrees and certificates, Point Loma Nazarene University’s CIT bachelor’s degree, and network with industry/FBI professionals and corporate recruiters representing MIS, cybersecurity, programming, and digital media.
MiraCosta College Accepting Applications for Vacancies on the Independent Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee
The Board of Trustees of the MiraCosta Community College District is seeking qualified individuals who are interested in serving on a committee of community leaders that operates as the Independent Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (ICBOC) for the implementation of the district’s Measure MM college facilities bond program. One member is to be active as a business representative and the other is a student representative.
The MiraCosta College Theatre Department presents The Pirates of Penzance, music by Arthur Sullivan, libretto by W.S. Gilbert. The play opens March 8 at the MiraCosta College Theatre, located at 1 Barnard Drive, Oceanside. Tracy Williams will direct.
MiraCosta College and the Chinesse Club invite the public to a captivating and educational celebrations of The Year of the Pig Lunar New Year, February 6, 7, and 21, 2018, at three MiraCosta College campuses.
MiraCosta College’s spring 2019 late-start classes begin, Monday, February 4, with hundreds of classes in a range of subjects, and end at the same time as “regular” courses. Late-start classes are offered days, evenings, weekends, and online. Now is the time to work toward a degree or certificate, get started in the workplace, transfer to a four-year university, enroll for personal enrichment, professional growth or to gain a new skill.
Longtime Community College Administrator Tim Flood Is New MiraCosta CollegeVice President, Administrative Services
Tim Flood, a community college leader who has held several top administrative posts in San Diego County, is the new vice president, administrative services at the MiraCosta Community College District.
The new year is bringing a new look and feel to the MiraCosta Community College District's San Elijo campus. A major renovation and modernization of the Building 600—one of the main instructional buildings at San Elijo Campus—is opening for the spring 2019 semester. It is the first facility on the campus to be modernized under the district’s $455 million Measure MM bond, approved by voters in November 2016.
MiraCosta College Community Education is offering the following hobbies and skills, not-for-credit, courses this spring:
The design phase is now underway for four new buildings and a new parking lot at the MiraCosta Community College District's Oceanside campus. The projects, funded by Measure MM, the $455 million bond measure approved by district voters in November 2016, will be aligned with the vision set out by the district’s Facility Master Plan, which calls for the creation of academic hubs throughout the campus centered around different academic themes and each including instructional space, tutoring and study space, faculty space, and outdoor learning and gathering spaces.
MiraCosta College Board of Trustees Elects David Broad as Presidentand Rick Cassar as Vice President
MiraCosta College’s Board of Trustees elected David Broad as president and Rick Cassar as vice president during its regularly scheduled board meeting on December 17, 2018.
State-of-the-Art Computer Lab Design at the Heart of Latest Modernization Project for MiraCosta Community College District's San Elijo Campus
State-of-the-Art Computer Lab Design at the Heart of Latest Modernization Project
for MiraCosta Community College District's San Elijo Campus
Design work has begun for the transformation of a 30-year-old classroom building to include two state-of-the-art computer labs that will fully prepare students to take advantage of and master 21st century technology.
New Monument Sign
October 26, 2018
New Monument Sign in Design for MiraCosta College Community Learning Center
A visual and physical change is being drawn up for the Community Learning Center Campus of the MiraCosta Community College District (MCCCD). Design work has started for a new monument sign that will serve as a visually impressive gateway to the North Oceanside campus. Funding for the project is provided by Measure MM, the $455 million bond measure approved by district voters in November 2016.
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