For the second straight year, the Simpson University Athletics Department has earned the highest standard of the Five-Star Gold Medallion recognition as a Champions of Character institution for 2017-2018 academic year.
Speaker and author Anne Beiler, founder of Auntie Anne’s Pretzels, received a standing ovation after her motivational message at Simpson University’s 17th annual Business Leadership Luncheon on Aug. 22.
Simpson University will host College Quest, a college information night, from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13, in the James M. Grant Student Life Center (gymnasium). This free community event is open to everyone and is designed for North State students and their families to explore higher education opportunities.
Simpson University for Seniors is offering two courses in September for adults of any age, on the U.S. Constitution and the history and literature of the Intertestamental Period.
As thousands of firefighters battle the most destructive wildfire in Shasta County history, Simpson University is serving as an evacuation and rest center for displaced residents and first responders.
Shasta County Teachers of the Year Matthew Fowler and Holly Jones will be featured speakers at Simpson University during the fourth annual Better Together: California Teachers Summit on Friday, July 27.
By demonstrating continued dedication to High-Impact Educational Practices, Simpson University has been named as one of the nation’s Colleges of Distinction.
Simpson University students studied marine organisms, collected fish and invertebrates from Humboldt Bay, and even helped rescue a young elephant seal during a three-week May Term course in marine biology.
Tickets are on sale for Simpson University’s 17th annual Business Leadership Luncheon on Wednesday, Aug. 22, featuring speaker, author and businesswoman Anne Beiler, founder of Auntie Anne’s Inc., the world’s largest hand-rolled soft-pretzel franchise.
Simpson University Outdoor Leadership cleaned up coastal debris and helped clear trails during an annual 14-day backpacking excursion along Northern California’s Lost Coast. It was the seventh year for the Outdoor Leadership service project in this remote area.
Working full time with three children who are active in sports, Tina Schoffstoll knew it would be a challenge to earn her college degree.
Simpson University hosted approximately 150 North State high school students in mid-June as part of the federally funded Upward Bound program overseen by the university in partnership with College OPTIONS Inc. and the University of California, Davis.
After months of balancing two jobs while attending school, Judith Jimenez successfully graduated from Simpson University’s School of Adult and Graduate Professional Studies with a bachelor’s degree in psychology.
When Simpson University freshman Philip Dinius steps on campus in the fall, he’ll be treading some familiar ground. All three of his older brothers have graduated from or are attending Simpson.
Two Simpson University psychology students were selected to present original research this spring at the Western Psychological Association’s annual conference in Portland, Ore.
Kristi Hokema, a foster mother to just over 200 children, recently added college graduate to her accomplishments, motivated by words she’d often used to inspire her own family.
Simpson University’s hometown of Redding was the only California city listed in a recent survey identifying the nation’s most affordable cities for college students, ranked at No. 10.
More than 1,000 Shasta County kindergarten students visited the Simpson University campus on Friday, May 11, as part of the annual KinderCollege Day event organized by College OPTIONS.
Simpson University’s graduating class of 2018 includes nine biology students, whose future interests range from pharmacy school to clinical laboratory scientist to infectious disease research and more.
The Simpson University Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Norman Hall as 15th president of Simpson University.