Daily Archives: February 19, 2014

Applications for grants, scholarships are available

Free money. Those two words should garner the attention of every college student. Yet year after year, many scholarships and grants are left on the table. This is unclaimed money that can help offset the rising costs of college. Citrus College has many scholarships available to help students pay for fees, books, materials and registration…

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Board hires Vice President of Finance

Claudette Dain, the newly appointed vice president of finance and administrative services replaces Carol Horton who has served Citrus College for the past 18 years. (Courtesy of Citrus College) A certified public accountant and longtime financial administrator with 16 years of experience has been chosen to be the new vice president of finance and administrative services…

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Basketball playoff hopes hang in the balance

Just Childress attempts to penetrate the lane against Chaffey College.  Childress played a total of 11 minutes in the 48-78 loss on Dec. 1, 2013. (Jessica Soto / Citrus College Clarion) While a majority of students went on winter break, the men’s basketball team was hard at work, trying to reach the big dance. The…

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Superintendent/President greets students

Dear Students: Welcome to Spring Semester 2014 at Citrus College!  Whether you are a returning student or are taking the first step on your academic journey, we are here to help you fulfill your commitment to learning and college completion. One way to ensure that you make the most of your Citrus College educational experience…

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Stimulant alternative for Citrus students

After becoming successful at Cal Poly Pomona, this safe alternative to Adderall has found its way to Citrus.  Starting Feb. 19, 2014, students can purchase bottles of CitrusRx at the Owl Bookshop and in Starbucks. (Evan Solano / Citrus College Clarion) While the health risks of energy drinks have become widespread subject of debate, products…

Board voting facilities bonds for Measure G

Funding for the final phase of campus renovations funded through Measure G is on the table as the deadline for approval looms. At their Feb. 4 meeting, the Citrus College Board of Trustees discussed the issuance of Series 2014D Bonds, the fourth set of bonds issued following the approval of Measure G, passed by voters…

Constitutional changes being voted in March

The Associated Students of Citrus College will be looking to alter their Constitution in a special election held in March 2014 A change on the ballot will be to increase the required GPA to join ASCC from 2.3 to a 2.5 GPA. “Why are [ASCC] students creating and participating in events if they can’t maintain…

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Student worker award recipient inspires through achievements

Kanegawa, pictured left, leads a biology supplemental instruction (SI) session in the fall of 2013. Kanegawa has translated her success in the classroom to SI sessions, helping students flourish in the classroom. For more information on SI students should contact My Chau, SI Leader Supervisor, at mchau@citruscollege.edu. (My Chau STEM) Supplemental Instruction leaders are expected…