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Trang Huynh, P.E., adjunct faculty member at Cambridge College - Southern California, was the winner of the 2014 Inaugural Turning Red Tape into Red Carpet Award given by the Inland Empire...

The odds out there for homeless families aren’t good, says Deborah Hughes, who has dedicated the past 25 years to beating those odds.

In Massachusetts, about 20,000 women and children live...

On December 18, the Office of Student Affairs and the FACES Advocacy Group presented the Fall term installment of the Cross-Cultural Dialogues series, “Culture Shock.” Panelists Brittany Grime (BA...

Cambridge College alumna Maureen Noone has been inducted into the Northeast New Agenda Hall of Fame. Based on the National New Agenda, the Northeast New Agenda provides leadership for women in...

Cambridge College’s hybrid programs offer flexibility and convenience for the working adult. Our programs allow you to balance work and family while getting your master’s degree. They are...

After 36 years of employment with Cambridge College, Prof. Martha Belden will be retiring, effective February 1, 2015. This is a well-deserved retirement, and we congratulate her on...

On Thursday November 20th, Dr. Jesse Payne, author of Change your Brain, Change your Life, hosted an interactive lecture on brain health and functions at Cambridge College....

As part of our Leadership Speaker Series, Cambridge College welcomed Pulitzer-Prize winning author and activist, Junot Díaz on Monday, November 10th. Speaking to a packed house, Mr. Díaz...

On Tuesday, November 18, 2014 the College’s Career Resource Center and Veterans Service and Action Center hosted an insightful, thought-provoking panel discussion on veterans education. Moderated...

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