Legacy Lives On

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

Simpson University Senior to Speak at International Women’s Day Event

Simpson University senior Isabel Harris will be a guest speaker at a virtual International Women’s Day celebration organized by eight groups in her hometown of Colorado Springs, Colo. The March 6 event is themed “Generation Equality: Realizing Women’s Rights for an Equal Future,” and Harris will be one of three featured speakers. The event is open to everyone.

Simpson University Prepares to Celebrate Class of 2020 in Virtual Ceremony

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 Announces Start of Engineering, Technology, Digital Media

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.

Simpson University Honors Students During Virtual Awards Chapel

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 gathered videos from faculty and staff announcing the award winners and compiled them into an hourlong presentation that premiered on … Continue reading Simpson University Honors Students During Virtual Awards Chapel

Simpson University Welcomes First Carr & Camp Fire Scholarship Recipients

New Simpson University students Gabriel Gonzalez and Tommy Hail share an unbreakable bond: they and their families were displaced from their homes during the Carr and Camp Fires that ravaged Northern California last year. They are also two of the first recipients of Simpson University’s Carr & Camp Fire Scholarship, created in 2018 as part of the school’s Legacy Scholarship initiative.

Red Bluff Resident Earns Simpson University Degree

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