President Dotson reports on the April Faculty Spotlight, the CARE workshop, Month of the Community College, YCCD CSEA and Yuba Sutter Food Bank bringing a distribution site to Yuba College, and a double grad.
The education experience is unique for everyone. It’s a path full of twists, turns and sometimes, even seemingly impassable roadblocks. Yuba College’s Liberty Harrison knows this all too well. At age 31, Liberty, who has dealt with severe dyslexia for most of her life, took a big step and began her college career at Yuba College. Like so many students, … Read More
Yuba College student Valda Brewer enrolled in Professor Kiara Koenig’s English class to extend her knowledge of the language and to practice it by writing essays. The Lithuanian native learned far more than just writing and reading in her second language. “That class sets you up for anything you’re studying for,” Brewer said. Brewer, who earned her bachelor’s degree … Read More
Yuba College Welding Technologies Instructor Dan Turner has a philosophy he teaches his students at the Marysville campus: “The question is never ‘can we;’ it’s ‘how can we?’” When the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in stay at home orders and no in-person learning last spring, Turner went right into answering the question: How can he provide an environment that ensures … Read More
President Dotson reports on the February Faculty Spotlight, Black History Month featuring The Village Yuba-Sutter during the February YuZoom, and two new Student Services Leaders.
The COVID-19 pandemic created an array of challenges, forcing us all to rethink and readjust our everyday lives. Yuba College’s faculty and staff were no different, tasked with connecting with their students digitally through remote learning. While challenging for all, Associate Professor of Business Yuliana Mendez saw this as an opportunity to bridge her previous professional career to her students … Read More
The COVID-19 pandemic created an array of challenges, forcing us all to rethink and readjust our everyday lives. Yuba College’s faculty and staff were no different, tasked with connecting with their students digitally through remote learning.
We are writing to share the news with you that we have made the decision to opt-out of Phase 1 Sports for Yuba College. This means there will be no 2020-2021 season for our football, basketball, soccer, and volleyball teams.