Articles Posted in the " Academics " Category

  • Mortuary Science Selected by NOCCCD Trustees as District’s Applicant for Bachelor’s Degree Pilot Program

    Mortuary Science — a program so well regarded that the HBO series “Six Feet Under” repeatedly referenced Cypress College to add authenticity — will be the North Orange County Community College District’s applicant for California’s pilot program to award baccalaureate...


  • Spring 2015 Class Schedule Preview Now Available

    A preview version of the Spring 2015 Class Schedule is now available. We anticipate the print document will be completed and ready for purchase at the Bookstore in the next two weeks. You can view the schedule at this link:...


  • Partial Solar Eclipse Observed on Campus Thanks to Astronomy Profs, Club Members

    Astronomy Professor Ron Armale shared this photograph and some observations about last week’s partial solar eclipse: On Thursday 10/23/14 at 3:30 PM several hundred students and staff witnessed the partial Solar Eclipse right outside the SEM building. The Moon blocked...


  • Photography Student’s Image of Rare Whales Appears Across the Globe, Including NBC Nightly News

    Lasanthi Benedict, who is enrolled in Cliff Lester’s “Available Light” Photo 118 course, had photographs from an eventful whale-watching trip picked up by media outlets — including NBC Nightly News and the Associated Press — across the globe. On Monday...


  • STEM Hosting UC/CSU Admissions Workshop

    Cypress College’s STEM2 Program is hosting a CSU and UC admissions workshop on Friday, September 26. Two university representatives will be on campus to speak to Cypress College students about the admissions process for the California State University and the...


  • SmartThinking Offers Online Tutoring for Cypress College Students

    Students, did you know you can get 24/7 tutoring for your classes? Cypress College students have access to SmartThinking which is an online tutoring service. You can get help with math, science, accounting, and English classes. The best part is...


  • University of California Transfer is Subject of Workshop on Thursday, September 25

    Students interested in transferring to the University of California campuses should take note of the UCTAG submission deadline of September 30. A workshop about this program is scheduled for Thursday, September 25, from 1-2 p.m., in the Transfer Center. A...


  • Anthropology Department Hosts Dr. Sharon DeWitte

    Anthropology Department Hosts Dr. Sharon DeWitte

    Biological anthropologist Dr. Sharon DeWitte was the guest of The Anthropology Department on Thursday. Her talk was titled “Bioarchaeology of the Black Death: Insights from an Epidemic Cemetery.” A cartoon-style, four-minute summary of her most-recent research is available here: Related:...


  • September 12, 2014, @Cypress Newsletter from Dr. Simpson

    Here is the September 12, 2014, edition of Dr. Simpson’s @Cypress newsletter. This week’s headlines: 16,071 Students Enrolled at Cypress College for 2014 Fall Semester > The College continues to operate at near-historic efficiency levels, with a census-date fill rate...


  • Professor Cavin Published in Journal ‘Faith and Philosophy’

    Greg Cavin and his colleague from the Philosophy Department of Skyline College, Dr. Carlos A. Colombetti, have a new article published on the philosophy of religion. The article is titled: “Evidence, Miracles, and the Existence of Jesus: Comments on Stephen...