Did you know that according to the American Council on Education, over 5 million post-9/11 veterans will transition out of the service to civilian life by 2020? In addition, there will be almost 22 million veterans nationwide. The transition from the military to civilian life is demanding enough but can be even more so for those veterans who make the choice to enhance their future by attending a higher education institution.Continue reading “Coastline College Helping Transition New Veterans to Academic Life”
You’ll want to “zoom” in on this week’s Teacher Feature as we focus on Professor Tony Pinto of the Visual and Performing Arts Department. From Introductory to Photography to Digital Manipulation class, see how Professor Pinto captures art through photography.Continue reading “Teacher Feature: Tony Pinto”
There is a lot of talk going on about whether or not you should go to college. But once you decide to go, then what? There are so many factors to consider when picking a higher institution from should I save money and go to community college or should I head to a state college? How does one begin to sift through all the information to make a choice?Continue reading “10 Reasons Why You Should Become a Student at Coastline College”
If you’re a student you may not care what Coastline College did 43 years ago to change the way higher education was taught for students back then, however, sometimes to move forward one needs to look back to see how and why a college will work for you as a student today and tomorrow. One way is by understanding the innovations that built the strength and standing of the institution you’re are exploring. For tomorrow, when you are applying for that new job, you will want to know the reputation of the college will still hold as you build a resume. In fact, in a job interview, you may be asked, “Why did you choose Coastline?” You will want to be ready with a good answer. And the following are some of those reasons why.Continue reading “Why Should You Attend Coastline College? The Leader of Innovative Education”
This week’s teacher feature is professor and department chair, Tobi West (CISSp, GCFE, CCFE) of the Computer Information Systems (CIS) and Computer Services Technology (CST). From hosting camps and workshops for teen girls in cybersecurity and technology called CyberTech Girls to spearheading Coastline College apprenticeship program, watch Professor West share her expertise with ITProTV for a special interview (above).
As the chair and professor for the department, Professor West has spent a great deal innovating offerings to provide the best for students, which was featured in last week’s Teacher Feature: Innovative Instructors. With this approach, the department has been recognized as a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education (CAE-CDE) by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Department of Homeland Security.
Want to learn more about the Cybersecurity. Interested in a career in technology?
As many students probably have experienced by now is that the way we learn is changing. This can be attributed to a variety of reasons such as innovative technology, online teaching platforms (ex: Udemy, Skillshare and Teachable), self-hosting vloggers, the rise of social media influencers, or simply finding success outside traditional means.read more
Each semester, Coastline College celebrates the accomplishments of our students and nothing commemorates that better than graduation. From their academic successes to their personal triumphs, each graduate has their own unique journey to the stage.
One story that stood out this year is that of Artis Knox from our 2019 Spring Commencement. Faced with many challenges on his path, Artis successfully earned a college degree while incarcerated and after his release. This was due to Coastline’s initiatives towards providing education to incarcerated students as well.Continue reading “Student Spotlight: Artis Knox”
Continue reading “Teacher Feature: Instructors Provide Interactive Experience to the Public during Innovation Expo and Brand Launch at Coastline”
” It is just amazing to see all the other colleges and universities across the nation are now copying Coastline [Community] College, right? They are the leaders and the innovators in this space. And what you are doing now is absolutely incredible.”Laura Oatman, District Director, U.S Congressional Representative Harley Rouda (CA-48)
Coastline College, the Leader of Innovative Education, will present an Innovation Expo and New Brand Launch to be held on Friday, June 14th, 2019, between 1 pm – 3 pm, at the Newport Beach campus, located at 1515 Monrovia Ave, Newport Beach, CA 92663. The goal of this extraordinary expo is to enlighten the community of Coastline’s groundbreaking innovative course offerings available to the public and Coastline’s commitment towards excellence in higher education and changes in workforce development.Continue reading “Press Release: Coastline College Launches an Interactive Innovation Expo to Celebrate their New Brand”
Express yourself! Meet this week’s Teacher Feature: Natasha Shoro. She shares with Coastline the essence behind her teachings and dedication to her art.Continue reading “Blog: Teacher Feature: Natasha Shoro, Adjunct Professor, Visual and Performing Arts Department”
Coastline College’s Workforce Development Department has teamed with Training Partner, Career Expansion, in securing full funding for forty eligible Post-9/11 Veterans for Multi-Craft Curriculum training (MC3).Continue reading “Press Release: Coastline College Offers Post-9/11 Veterans Tuition-Free Advanced Apprenticeship-Readiness Training”
Dr. Loretta Adrian, Ph.D., president of Coastline College in Orange County, California, was recently honored with the “Outstanding President” award from the California Community College Council for Staff and Organizational Development. The award is presented to a president/chancellor in the California community college system to recognize excellence inContinue reading “News: Coastline College President Awarded for Excellence in Leadership”
Get published in Coastline College’s new literary magazine!Continue reading “Announcement: Calling all writers and artists!”
It used to be that having a degree helped you stand out from the crowd and make you a front runner to potential employers. However, degrees are becoming an increasingly common sight on applications and resumes.Continue reading “Blog: Six Ways College Can Give You a Competitive Edge”
Every year, Diverse Magazine: Issues in Higher Education, spotlights the Most Promising Places to Work in Community Colleges. For both 2018 and 2019, Coastline College has been recognized as #2 on this list in the nation, in addition to being the only community college in California.Continue reading “Press Release: Coastline College Honored Again as #2 of the Most Promising Places to Work in Community Colleges Nationwide”
Coastline College prides themselves on being leaders in innovativeness and their alumnus is no different. Discover how this one phenomenal alumni is dedicating his life to leading and protecting his community.Continue reading “News: Former Coastline Student turns a chance career move into a life of public service”
What if you could attend your first year in college – for free? The Coastline Promise Program helps provide financial and academic support to recently qualified high school graduates to attend community college while eliminating the financial barrier facing students and allow them to focus on education and not on student debt.Continue reading “Press Release: Coastline Promise Program Helps First-Year College Students to Attend College for Free”
Please join us for the grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony of Coastline College’s 3rd Veterans Resource Center. This event is open to the public.
When: Monday, August 19, 2019
Where: Coastline College Garden Grove Campus, 12901 S. Euclid Street, Garden Grove, CA
Time: 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Reception & Featured Speakers
3:00 pm Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
3:15 pm – 4:00 pm Open House Tour
Refreshments will be provided.
Transferring? Mondays and Thursdays Just Got Better!
Join the Transfer Center at Garden Grove Campus for the CSU and UC applications hands-on Workshops
Starting August 1st, Coastline’s Transfer Center is hosting a CSU and UC Applications Hands-On Workshop series. Come to any one of August workshops to work on your CSU application for Spring 2020 admission or begin your UC application.
Workshop Dates and Times
Thursday, August 1 – 1PM – 6PM
Monday, August 5 – 1:30PM – 5:30PM
Thursday, August 8 – 10AM – 4PM
Monday, August 12 – 10AM – 4PM
Thursday, August 15 – 10AM – 4PM
What You Need to Bring to the Workshop
- Student ID Number.
- Copy of your unofficial transcript from all colleges attended.
- Information on the number of people in your household.
- 2018 financial information for you or your parents.
Other Important Dates at a Glance
August 1 – 31, 2019: CSU Spring 2020 application period
August 1, 2019: UC Fall 2020 application opens
November 1 – 30, 2019: Submit the UC Application
Calling all middle school and high school students!
CAMPUS CLOSED: THURSDAY, JULY 4TH
Reminder to all students, faculty, and staff that all campuses will be closed on Thursday, July 4th. We will resume normal business hours on Friday, July 5th excluding the bookstore, which will remain closed until Monday, July 8th.