Career Technical Education

  • OC Weekly: ‘Stick a Fork in it’ Profiles Alum Gio Bolivar

    The May 18, 2015 edition of OC Weekly features Culinary Arts alumnus Gio Bolivar of Dory Deli in Newport Beach. In the piece, authored by OC Weekly’s Anne Marie Panoringan, Bolivar discusses, food, the culinary industry, and his educational preparation...


  • LA Times: ‘Game changer': 4-year degrees from some California 2-year colleges

    On Friday, Cypress College officially submitted its application to state officials to become one of the 15 programs selected for California’s pilot program to offer baccalaureate degrees at community colleges. Earlier, Trustees for the North Orange County Community College District...


  • 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...


  • Institutional Effectiveness, Annual Reports Presented

    Dr. Simpson details successes of the College and its students during his presentation to NOCCCD Trustees. On Tuesday, Dr. Simpson shared the success of the College and its students during his annual update to Trustees of the North Orange County...


  • Dr. Simpson’s @Cypress Weekly Newsletter for September 5, 2014

    The September 5, 2014,  edition of the @Cypress newsletter from Cypress College President Bob Simpson is now available. This week’s headlines: Estate Donation of $409,000 Believed College’s Largest Bequest >   Funds from the Sheron Huston estate will be used to...


  • Cypress College Auto Students Dominate CNCDA Scholarship Awards

    Cypress College students dominated the award process for scholarships recently presented by the California New Car Dealers Association Scholarship Foundation. Forty four Cypress College students received $30,300 in scholarships from the CNCDA, roughly half of the total funds. An amazing...


  • High School Students Compete in Third Cypress College Automotive Competition

    High School Students Compete in Third Cypress College Automotive Competition

    Cypress College’s Third High School Auto Competition included competition from seven two-student teams. The students competed in tasks at six different skills stations: tire rotation; brake rotor runout measurement; engine component measurement; scan tool operation; series circuits; and parallel circuits....