Simpson University for Seniors—now in its 10th year—is offering two courses in September for adults of any age.
Simpson University’s Dr. Jack Painter, professor of New Testament, led 16 undergraduate students on a three-week Israel Study Trip from May 14 to June 2.
Simpson University hosted 250 instructional aides from nearly 20 North State school districts on Aug. 12 for a training day designed by the School of Education.
Simpson University has again received national recognition for the integrity of its individualized and engaging education through its selection as a College of Distinction.
Richard Martin, Redding resident, completed his bachelor’s degree in psychology after one year of study in Simpson University’s School of Adult Studies ASPIRE program.
Martin, 49, has worked as a certified alcohol and drug counselor for nine years, and has lived in Redding for five.
Simpson University Wellness Center Director Bev Klaiber spoke recently to Paradise and Chico-area pastors and their wives at a special event designed to offer care for them after last year’s devastating Camp Fire.
Simpson University is pleased to announce the appointments of a new provost and chief financial officer, who join President Norman Hall’s leadership team.
I was scrolling through Facebook one night, aimlessly watching cute dog videos and smirking at funny memes when my thumb landed on an article for Simpson University’s May-term Marine Biology class.
Anderson resident Shawn Greene, 27, wants to make a difference in people’s lives. As a step toward that goal, he enrolled in Simpson University’s School of Adult Studies ASPIRE program to complete his bachelor’s degree. In April, he was among 130 students who graduated from the university.
Red Bluff resident Jessica Evans-Field returned to college in her early 40s, earning a B.A. in organizational leadership online through Simpson University’s ASPIRE program.
Returning to school was not on Cassandra Telles’s radar as she raised two children on her own and worked full time. But when a friend told her about the ASPIRE degree-completion program at Simpson University, she decided to give it a try.
Simpson University student Antonio Junior returns home to Brazil each Easter, where he plays Jesus before thousands of people in his church’s Passion Play.
For the second year, Simpson University is hosting approximately 80 North State high school students for a week as part of the federally funded Upward Bound program overseen by the university in partnership with the University of California, Davis, and College OPTIONS Inc.
Simpson University’s Betty M. Dean School of Nursing is listed as one of the best nursing schools in the country and No. 8 in California in RNCareers’ annual ranking.
About 1,400 Shasta County kindergarten students visited the Simpson University campus on May 10 for the 12th annual KinderCollege Day event organized by College OPTIONS.
Weed resident Eva Escatel-Pimentel knew she needed to complete her bachelor’s degree in order to be more competitive in the job market. Simpson University’s School of Adult Studies ASPIRE program offered her a way to accomplish that goal in just a year.
More than 1,400 Shasta County kindergarten students are expected to visit the Simpson University campus on Friday, May 10, as part of the annual KinderCollege Day event organized by College OPTIONS.
Hundreds of people filled Simpson University’s James M. Grant Student Life Center on April 27 to honor 130 graduates from all programs—a ceremony that concluded with a student-led procession to the campus cross, where President Norm Hall prayed for the graduates.
For the second consecutive year, Simpson University participated in Carry the Load’s National Relay as a launching place for a 4.8-mile walk to honor military, veterans, first responders and their families.
Simpson University’s 130 graduates walking the stage Saturday include two women and six men making history as the college’s first political science majors.