We’ve always known we have award-winning students, instructors and staff. Our latest award wins from the University Professional & Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) recognize two individuals for their dedication to excellence. These awards are the highest distinction and honor in the continuing education profession. Karen Smith, the College’s manager of strategic initiatives, won the Adelle F....Read more
The Association for Continuing Higher Education (ACHE) has selected our Osher Lifelong Learning Institute as the best in the country. At ACHE’s annual conference and awards banquet in Las Vegas, we were crowned the top Older Adult Model Program Award. The award recognizes an ACHE member for a program...Read more
Our longest-running certificate program, the Paralegal Certificate, turns 30 this year. Created in 1985, the program has grown by leaps and bounds since its inception, welcoming hundreds of aspiring paralegals each year. The Paralegal program was originally designed with guidance from an experienced and respected local attorney, Richard Moore. While the quality and rigor...Read more
We’ve always been a military-friendly school. Now we have the title to prove it. Victory Media, a veteran-owned business focused on the military-to-civilian transition, named the College of Continuing and Professional Education a Military Friendly School for 2015. It's the first time we've earned this designation, given...Read more
We were proud to take home two marketing awards from the 23rd annual UPCEA Marketing & Enrollment Management Seminar, a nationwide conference held this year in our own state capital Nov. 5-7. Both are silver awards recognizing some items you may have seen this year:Read more
- Our 50+ OLLI newsletter, which won in the...
Las Vegas was a winning city for us this year. While there for an annual conference hosted by the Association for Continuing Higher Education, we were honored to receive three awards. They are the Crystal Marketing Award (for our Casino Night fundraiser); the Leadership Award (given to our dean, Barbara Calhoun); and the Older Adult...Read more