Tickets are on sale now for the April 16 Crowder - Redding, CA concert on campus! Doors open at 6; the concert starts at 7. You don't want to miss this opportunity.
Simpson University School of Adult Studies has helped more than 3,800 North State adults complete their bachelor's degree through the ASPIRE program. Join us Tuesday, 2/21, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Owen Center, for an info session on how you can earn your degree online or on campus in 12 to 16 months.
Choose from degrees in business management, organizational leadership, psychology, or liberal studies.
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This opinion piece in the The Sacramento Bee highlights what private colleges such as Simpson are able to offer as California faces a "higher education crisis," including a broad representation of the communities they serve. "At ... Simpson University, more than a third of students are the first in their families to attend college."
Our hearts go out to those mourning the loss of loved ones in this week's Florida school shooting. KRCR News Channel 7 talked to us the next day about safety protocols on campus.
Playoffs on the line. WBB at 5:30 p.m. MBB at 7:30 p.m. BE HERE. BE LOUD! #GoRedHawks
We were pleased to welcome Dr. Neil Coulter to campus today to hear him present on "Doing Theology in Context".
Dr. Neil Coulter spent 12 years in Papua New Guinea, where he served as the Ethnomusicology Coordinator and Director for Language Services for Wycliffe Global Alliance (aks Wycliffe Bible Translators USA). Dr. Coulter's research focuses on the complicated interactions between indigenous traditions, the Christian church, and globalization.
A shout-out to some of our Siskiyou County undergraduates in today's Siskiyou Daily News. Congratulations to all our students who earned Dean's List honors last semester. Keep up the good work!
Our Simpson U Worldserve teams recently ended a 21-day "fasting" challenge (from First World comforts) with a 30-hour "famine" -- part of the training and preparation they receive to serve around the world this spring and summer. We pray for and support these young men and women as they raise funds and commit to spending a good portion of their break serving others in Jesus' name.
Each summer students from Simpson University’s cross-cultural studies and world missions programs participate in internships that take them all over the world. Read about two Simpson University seniors who traveled to Spain and Ecuador last summer.
Learn more about Simpson's cross-cultural studies and world missions majors at simpsonu.edu/ministry.
Our Simpson University Music Department faculty are active musicians, composers and conductors in the North State community and beyond. Dr. Dwayne Corbin, featured in this KRCR News Channel 7 article, is conductor and music director of the Shasta Symphony Orchestra in addition to his teaching role at Simpson.
Learn more about our unique music program at simpsonu.edu/music.
Simpson University Veterans Success Center's director is the newest board member of the Shasta County Veterans Affiliated Council.
“The Simpson University Veterans Success Center has demonstrated great resolve and commitment to veterans and the process of transition from the ‘battlefield’ to an education and the next stage of their lives,” said council President Vint Stevenson.
Interested in learning about our Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology? Drop by campus Thursday, Feb. 8, between 5:30 and 6:30, for an information session with program reps. Also visit simpsonu.edu/macp to learn more about this dynamic program.