SBVC Celebrates 96th Graduating Class at San Manuel Stadium

May 30, 2023

In front of thousands of cheering family and friends, San Bernardino Valley College graduates crossed the stage on May 24 in the San Manuel Stadium, signifying their successful transition from students to Wolverine alumni.

Rep. Aguilar Announces $1.5 Million For The Clean Energy Hybrid And Electric Vehicle (Ev) Technician Program In San Bernardino Valley College

May 26, 2023

Today, Rep. Pete Aguilar announced $1,500,000 for the Clean Energy Hybrid and Electric Vehicle (EV) Technician Program in San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC). This funding will be used to purchase heavy-duty zero-emission trucks and charging stations for students to train and work on.

SBVC's Wolverine Con Shines In Its 12th Year

May 24, 2023

San Bernardino Valley College's Wolverine Con and International Student Film Festival has once again exceeded expectations with its 12th annual event. The festival provided a platform for aspiring filmmakers to showcase their talent and for industry professionals to share their knowledge and expertise. The festival's premiere of the SBVC FTVM Department's first-ever hour drama project, "Lynwood High," was a significant moment. Mariana Lapizco, a former business major turned filmmaker, won the awards for Best Directing and Grand Jury for her film, "Blood Ties." Lapizco and her production team, Phase 3 Films, blended a mix of ethnicities and languages, and even secured a hangar with airplanes from Riverside Municipal Airport, which added to the visual element of the thrilling and action-packed short-film. Lapizco shared her gratitude for her team and the decision to pursue film, saying, "I'm really grateful that I took a leap of faith and changed my major to Film, TV, and Media here at San Bernardino Valley College."

Local Kindergartners Experience SBVC

May 24, 2023

KinderCaminata, a collaboration between SBVC and the San Bernardino City Unified School District, brought more than 1,200 students from 26 elementary schools to the SBVC campus. The event took place over six days in March and April, and organizers hope to make this an annual event. SBVC's Outreach team organized KinderCaminata, and Outreach Coordinator Amanda Moody said both teachers and administrators were "very happy" with how it turned out. "It was an amazing event," she added. "We hosted over 1,200 kindergarten students, who we hope will be future Wolverines."

Senior Day 2023 Welcomes Over 600 Local High Schoolers To Campus

May 22, 2023

San Bernardino Valley College's Senior Day was held on April 6 this year. It is an annual event where high school seniors from all over the Inland Empire region visit the campus. The event is designed provide the students with valuable information about the college's programs, resources, and services. The 2023 Senior Day event was the largest turnout to date, with 538 students attending.

Women's Luncheon Brings Diverse Professional Group To Campus

May 19, 2023

The San Bernardino County Association of African American Employees (SBCAAAE), in partnership with the San Bernardino Community College District Black Faculty & Staff Association, recently hosted the First Annual Women's History Month Luncheon at San Bernardino Valley College. The luncheon, held on March 30, was a great success and was attended by a diverse group of women from various backgrounds, professions, and age groups.

The VRC Provides A Safe & Inclusive Space During Women's History Month

May 17, 2023

San Bernardino Valley College's Veterans Resource Center (VRC) recently held an empowering event for female students on March 28, spearheaded by student O'Nesha Valentine. The event provided a platform for female students to share their personal stories and experiences, and to encourage one another. Interim President Linda Fontanilla, herself a veteran of the US Air Force in the Vietnam Era, was in attendance and spoke of the importance of veteran women serving in the military.

"Concert Under The Stars" Brings Music, Art, & Community To SBVC

May 15, 2023

"Concert Under the Stars" is a family-friendly event that features live art, performances, poetry readings and DJs. The event is open to all ages and showcases the diversity of the vibrant arts and culture scene of the Inland Empire and occurs every 3rd Saturday of the month.