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Radio Lazer interview
highlighting student opportunities.

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Listen to this Spanish-language interview with Gaby Rodriguez, Student Activities Specialist, Oxnard College; Dr. Eliseo Gonzalez, Title V Grant Director, Oxnard College; Dr. Jesus Vega, Assistant Dean of Ventura College East Campus, Ventura College; and Alma Rodriguez, Financial Aid Officer, Ventura College.


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College district revamps website with focus on accessibility

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The Ventura County Community College District unveiled new websites for the district and its three campuses last month.The two-year, $202,000 effort led by KWALL, a Newport Beach-based web design company, made the websites more user-friendly and the platforms more accessible to students with disabilities.


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South Coast College Gets Boost In Efforts To Support At-Risk Students

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A South Coast college is getting a major grant to help low income and first generation students.



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Ashley Gonzales Installed As Student Trustee Of VCCCD Board

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Oxnard College student Ashley M. Gonzales has joined the Ventura County Community College District Board of Trustees as the Student Trustee for the 2020-21 academic year. Gonzales was selected through a districtwide student election in April and installed at the June 16 board meeting. She joins the elected board comprised of Chair Bernardo M. Perez, Vice Chair Josh Chancer, and Trustees Dianne McKay, Larry Kennedy and Gabriela Torres


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How a community college heightens its commitment to diversity

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Enrolling more Black students full-time and supporting them in persisting and graduating are key elements of the Ventura County Community College District’s renewed commitment to diversity and inclusion.



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Attend college Essentially free at Ventura College East Campus

By Lauren Rosenthal, Special to the Santa Paula Times

As a community college student, I can tell you that community colleges are a fantastic first-choice for students, not only because of the quality education but because of opportunities like the Promise Program that give greater access to higher education without having to worry about financial issues. 

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