Stanbridge University, focusing on Childhood Literacy Resources, partnered with Neutral Ground Services to donate over 100 refurbished laptops to Santa Ana students in need. Above all, Stanbridge University seeks to better the local and global community.
Stanbridge University will launch its Associate of Science in Nursing (RN) degree program at the Los Angeles branch campus in Alhambra with classes beginning Spring 2020.
As a part of Stanbridge University‘s Environmental Preservation Movement, the outREACH Root for Change Tree Planting Initiative, student volunteers planted 273 trees and native plants within Harbor View Nature Park in the City of Newport Beach.
Because almost 3 million people are living with autism in the U.S., Stanbridge University seeks to provide Autism Community Resources. Therefore, Stanbridge supported The Autism Community in Action (TACA) at the Ante Up for Autism Gala.
Best Ranked Universities for Student Support: ACCSC Schools of Excellence Stanbridge University highly values student support. Therefore, the university weaves a robust and comprehensive system of support throughout each student’s journey. In 2019, Stanbridge received the Excellence in Student Services Award from the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) as a result.
Looking for gift-giving that gives back to your community this holiday season? Stanbridge University aims to do just that. Gifts That Give Back –Getting in the Spirit of the Season First, Stanbridge University makes a sizable contribution to the community through holiday gift collection, wrapping, and donation each year.
What defines Best Places to Work California? Stanbridge University aims to find out. Stanbridge has been awarded certifications through Investors in People and Great Place to Work®. Consequently, these certifications demonstrate their commitment to realizing the potential of their people.
Stanbridge University proudly hosted the 1st Annual Celiac Disease Foundation Team Gluten-Free Orange County Turkey Trot 5K at its Irvine campus on Saturday, November 2nd, 2019. It was the first of its kind in OC! Over 50 runners participated in the Celiac Disease Foundation 5K, which raised $28,809 in funds to aid in celiac disease research.
Stanbridge University Veterinary Technology Program Director Ms. Emma Cusack loved animals from an early age. However, it was her exceptional passion and affinity for animal care that set her on the path to becoming a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT).
Tree Planting California – Stanbridge University Sows the Seeds of Change On Saturday, September 20, 80 volunteers planted 166 native trees and plants at Stanbridge Univerisity’s inaugural tree-planting event with the City of Irvine. Firstly, the Stanbridge outREACH Root for Change Tree Planting Initiative was established with the goal of planting 10,000 trees across Southern […]