SBVC Launches Machinist Training Pilot Program for Individuals with Autism

September 16, 2021

Among Americans with disabilities, there is a high rate of unemployment and underemployment --?something San Bernardino Valley College and the Uniquely Abled Project are working to change.

Dr. Scott Thayer, VP of Student Services, Named Interim President

September 14, 2021

Dr. Scott W. Thayer has stepped into the role of Interim President of San Bernardino Valley College, beginning August 1, 2021.

SBVC Cornerback Credits Coach for Guidance Transferring to Boise State

September 9, 2021

Like many other community college athletes, Jalen Neal enrolled at San Bernardino Valley College in the hopes of proving himself worthy of the chance to play at a four-year university by showing what he could do on the football field and in the classroom.

16-Year-Old Student's Animated Film on Climate Change Wins Festival

September 6, 2021

Darwin Melchiorre is drawn to animation, and at just 16, her talents are already being recognized.

Student Health Services Launches Targeted Support Series for Summer 2021

August 31, 2021

Student Health Services (SHS) at San Bernardino Valley College launched a series of specialized support groups for students this summer.

SBVC Foundation Receives $150,000 for Finish Line Scholars Grant Program

August 30, 2021

San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC) Foundation has been awarded $150,000 that will directly benefit Valley College students who are on their way to finishing their certificates, degrees, or transfer studies at the college.

SBVC Film, Television & Media Students Hired for National MTV Production

August 27, 2021

Six current and former Film, Television, and Media (FTVM) students at San Bernardino Valley College have landed paid jobs on a popular MTV show.

San Bernardino Valley College Signs Articulation Agreements with Keck Graduate Institute

August 26, 2021

The Keck Graduate Institute (KGI) has expanded its list of articulation agreements to 30 institutions, helping prospective students make a seamless transition into programs within the Henry E. Riggs School of Applied Life Sciences and the School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.