SBVC News

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Valley360 Resource Center Extends Hours and Fresh Food Options

January 17, 2020

SBVC's "Valley 360 Resource Center" will be ready to help even more students in the new year.

SBVC Associated Student Government Unveils "Blue" the Wolverine

January 16, 2020

San Bernardino Valley College's associated student government has debuted "Blue" the Wolverine!

Weekly "Ask a Counselor" Events Help Nearly 2,000 Students a Year

December 27, 2019

Whether a student has a quick question about a transfer requirement or would like more information on how to set academic and career goals, they'll find the answers they are looking for during Ask a Counselor sessions.

"Escape the Vape" Provides Safe Space to Discuss Dangers of E-Cigarettes

December 26, 2019

San Bernardino Valley College, in collaboration with Mental Health Systems-Central Valley Prevention Program and Community Coalitions for CHANGE, hosted Escape the Vape on Oct. 21, giving young people from the Inland Empire a forum to share their concerns about vaping.

Kimberly Pena named Inland Empire Athletic Conference October Athlete of the Month

December 25, 2019

Freshman Kimberly Pena has the fastest feet in town, as proven during the Inland Empire Athletic Conference championship.

SBVC presents 13th annual El Dia De Los Muertos Festival

December 23, 2019

The air was filled with the sounds of music and laughter during the 13th annual El Dia De Los Muertos Festival October 30 at San Bernardino Valley College.

Over 1,300 Students Participate In Expanded Free College Promise Program

December 20, 2019

San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC) recently launched its San Bernardino Community College-funded Promise Program providing more students with access to a college education. Students receive two years of free college, free textbooks, $300 cash for school expenses and the use of a laptop to complete coursework or online classes.

MESA Panel Series Motivates STEM Students

December 18, 2019

One of the first questions Armone Lochard hears from his students at San Bernardino Valley College is whether their featured speakers, some of the brightest in the nation, are paid to come out to share their knowledge with the class.