Simpson University is planning to resume all on-campus instruction when it opens for the fall semester on Sept. 7, with measures in place to deliver our century-old academic quality, fortified by our Christ-centered community, while mitigating risks and promoting safety.
Simpson University is pleased to announce the awarding of $1 million in grants toward the launch of new programs in engineering, digital media, and technology.
The Hugh & Hazel Darling Foundation and The Fletcher Jones Foundation, both of which have supported Simpson University programs in the past, have agreed to provide up to $500,000 each over the next three years toward facilities, lab equipment, faculty and marketing of the new programs, which includes engineering, computer information systems (CIS), and digital media.
REDDING, Calif.—Simpson University honored students, faculty and staff for academic achievements and outstanding contributions to the community in an end-of-the-year awards chapel service. With the campus closed due to the coronavirus shutdown, the Academic Office […]
With spring commencement rescheduled to December, Simpson University professors and staff created a special way to honor the class of 2020 during what would have been their graduation week.
A virtual “open house” was set up for the evening before graduation, designed to connect students and their families with professors and classmates.
Two Simpson University School of Adult Studies students recently earned a Global Top 100 ranking in a worldwide business simulation contest.
What does a collegiate bass fishing team do during a pandemic shutdown? If you’re Simpson University bass fishing angler Ryan Beaty, you participate in the Association of Collegiate Anglers (ACA) “online” tournament.
Simpson University’s Betty M. Dean School of Nursing is listed as the seventh best nursing program in the state, according to Nursing School Hub’s 2020 rankings.
When Shasta County’s Public Health Department reached out to Simpson University’s School of Nursing for aid in responding to local coronavirus concerns, nursing students stepped up to help field calls and provide the public with information as needed.
Simpson University’s 10th annual Student Research Symposium featured over 60 student participants, 40 different presentations, and one “live” painting done on-site by Southern California artist Hyatt Moore.
Due to coronavirus concerns, Simpson University announced Friday that all classes will move to an online format through the remainder of the semester. The decision comes one week before spring break for Simpson. Student services will remain open for the rest of the semester.
Simpson University will host the Redding Breakfast Lions Club’s 25th annual boys and girls high school All-Star basketball games on Sunday, March 29. The university is located at 2211 College View Drive.
Athletes from throughout far Northern California will participate under the guidance of four volunteer coaches. Girls play at 4 p.m.; boys play at 6. Admission is a $7 donation, and children under 8 are free.
REDDING, Calif.—Wrapping up its inaugural season, Simpson University’s bass fishing team is the highest ranked college team in California and is listed in the top 100 in the nation. The Bass Pro Shops School of […]
REDDING, Calif.—Celebrating a decade of showcasing student academic excellence, Simpson University invites the community to participate in its 10th annual Student Research Symposium, which will feature a daylong “live” painting by artist Hyatt Moore.
The symposium on Wednesday, March 11, is modeled after professional academic symposiums and will feature more than 40 presentations and posters by more than 60 undergraduate and graduate students on topics from multiple disciplines. Visitors are welcome to sit in on thought-provoking presentations and participate in Q&As throughout the day.
Bradley Ramsey, a junior at Anderson Union High School and a Simpson University Upward Bound program participant, has been selected to serve on the Shasta County Board of Education for the 2019-2020 school year.
Simpson University for Seniors is offering two courses in March for adults of any age. Classes, which start March 2, are on “History and Life through the Eyes of Art” and “Outsmarting Your Smart Phone.”
Siskiyou County resident José Tapia found his career path right out of high school. Hired as a part-time Spanish teacher at a charter school, he knew he needed further training and a college degree to pursue the work he loved. In January, he earned a bachelor’s degree from Simpson University.
Simpson University is pleased to announce the appointment of Misty Smith as the new dean of the Betty M. Dean School of Nursing. Smith, who has taught and served in administrative roles in the university’s nursing program since 2013, was selected after a nationwide search.
Simpson University’s bass fishing team took home top honors Jan. 26 in its first college tournament of 2020 on its home waters of Lake Shasta. The team of Nathan Phillips and Chase Sherman topped the field of 14 teams at the Wild West Bass Trail College Series.
Recent Simpson University graduate Rodolfo Saenz has a remarkable story of turnaround, culminating in a college degree and new job.
REDDING, Calif.—In its inaugural year, Simpson University’s bass fishing team will compete in its first college tournament of 2020 on Lake Shasta on Sunday, Jan. 26. In addition, two team members have qualified to compete in the FLW Yeti College Fishing National Championship in Florida in February.