KUSI News Covers ECC Expansion
West City Campus Grand Opening
Nursing Assistant Program Exceeds Statewide Averages of Competency
The Nursing Assistant program received pass rate results from the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program (NNAAP) report for student testing.
The report confirms that 80 Continuing Education...
Culinary Arts on KUSI News
Printmaking Students win Awards at the San Diego County Fair
Christine Calvano and Lois Rousell submitted artwork for competitions at the San Diego County Fair, and each was recognized!
Both submitted original etchings for the Printmaking Category in the Fine...
Ceramics Students Earn Award Ribbons at the San Diego County Fair!
Continuing Education students Miyuki Passchier and Jeffery Stewart submitted ceramic pieces for competition at the San Diego County Fair, and both students received awards!
Miyuki received First and...
FREE NOTEables Concert June 23
Enjoy hearing many old favorites in this musical adventure that celebrates places, traditions, history, and music of our heritage. The NOTEables advanced choral group is directed by Continuing...
ABE Students Promoted to HS/GED Class
ABE is reporting great success! Last week, fifteen mid-level ABE students promoted to the HS/GED class at Mid-City Campus.
Osmaan Dini (BSI)
San Diego Continuing Education Honors 1100 Graduates
San Diego Continuing Education (SDCE) honored more than 1,100 graduates during the commencement ceremony at Spreckels Organ Pavilion in Balboa Park on June 3. The 2009 Class is the largest in the...
Emeritus Program Presents Free Sinfonia Concert
Daniel Ratelle, Music Instructor for Continuing Education and Mesa College, will lead the 40-member New City Sinfonia as they present their 20th season finale on Sunday, June 7th, at 2:00 p.m., at...
Continuing Education Celebrates Commencement for 900 Adult...
San Diego Continuing Education will honor more than 900 graduates during Commencement at Spreckels Organ Pavilion in Balboa Park on Wednesday, June 3 at 5 p.m.
The ceremony is a collaboration...
West City Campus honored by the American Society of Civil...
During the redevelopment and expansion of the campus, engineers encountered a complicated issue of problematic liquefiable soils at the site. A cost effective solution used ground modification...