Simpson University’s School of Adult Studies inducted five summer and fall graduates into the Alpha Sigma Lambda Honors Society on Nov. 18.
Simpson University alumna Jenny Davidson has been named one of the 100 most “inspiring and influential women from around the world for 2018” by the BBC.
Working full time with three children who are active in sports, Tina Schoffstoll knew it would be a challenge to earn her college degree.
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.
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 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.
Simpson University is recognizing the academic and leadership achievements of more than 40 undergraduate students this spring with induction into honor societies for nursing, history, adult studies, and veterans.