For nearly thirty-five years the Oberg family has been sowing their legacy at Simpson University. Three generations have taken part in the growth of the university, reaped the advantage of a Christ-centered education, and grown to be a part of the Simpson family long after graduating. A “legacy student” is defined as a student whose … Continue reading Legacy Lives On
A special ceremony celebrating the 260 graduates of Simpson University's Class of 2020 is scheduled to air “live” at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 19, on the university's YouTube page. The online ceremony--honoring spring, summer and fall graduates--will follow the structure of an in-person commencement with introductions, speakers, special music, and presentation of the graduates.
Simpson University will celebrate 260 graduates of the Class of 2020 with a special virtual ceremony that will air “live” on Dec. 19. The ceremony will honor the achievements of spring, summer and fall graduates in all programs.
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.
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.
Recent Simpson University graduate Rodolfo Saenz has a remarkable story of turnaround, culminating in a college degree and new job.
Simpson University celebrated the achievements of 130 graduates from all programs during a commencement ceremony Jan. 11 in the James M. Grant Student Life Center.
Simpson University will honor approximately 130 graduates during a commencement ceremony Jan. 11 that features keynote speaker Adam McElvain, Redding's mayor.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Simpson University will honor more than 130 graduates during its 10 a.m. spring commencement Saturday, April 27, inside the James M. Grant Student Life Center on campus at 2211 College View Drive.
REDDING, Calif.—Simpson University offered Riley Graham a way to finish her college degree while working full time and maintaining an active life outside the office and classroom. The Red Bluff resident was one of about 140 students who graduated Jan. 12, including 72 from the School of Adult Studies ASPIRE program. ASPIRE, which offers evening … Continue reading Red Bluff Resident Earns Simpson University Degree
Simpson University honored approximately 140 graduates during a Jan. 12 ceremony inside the James M. Grant Student Life Center.
REDDING, Calif.—Simpson University will honor approximately 140 graduates during a commencement ceremony Saturday, Jan. 12, inside the James M. Grant Student Life Center on campus, 2211 College View Drive. The 10 a.m. ceremony, which will be livestreamed at simpsonu.edu, will recognize the achievements of students from Simpson’s traditional undergraduate, ASPIRE degree-completion, and graduate programs. The … Continue reading Simpson University to Graduate 140 Students in January
REDDING, Calif.— Simpson University honored more than 150 graduates during spring commencement on Saturday, April 28, featuring keynote speaker California State Sen. Ted Gaines. A rainy forecast prompted the traditional outdoor ceremony to be moved indoors and divided into two events. Hundreds filled the James M. Grant Student Life Center for the 10 a.m. (traditional … Continue reading Simpson University Celebrates Graduates at Spring Commencement
Simpson University will honor more than 150 graduates during two indoor spring commencement ceremonies Saturday, April 28, inside the James M. Grant Student Life Center at 2211 College View Drive. The keynote speaker will be California State Sen. Ted Gaines.