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MiraCosta Beach Volleyball: We are the Champions!

Oceanside CA— Just call them the best. MiraCosta College Women’s Beach Volleyball team has captured the 2017 California Community College Women’s Beach Volleyball Championships, completing an undefeated season ...

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MiraCosta College to Host Excursion to Aquarium of the Pacific

Oceanside CA— Join us Sunday, June 4, as we travel to Long Beach, California, to the fascinating and beautiful Aquarium of the Pacific. Explore this marine wonderland where ...

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MiraCosta College Offers Community Ed and Workforce Development Courses in June

San Diego County CA— MiraCosta College’s Community Education and Workforce Development Program is offering the following not-for-credit courses this spring: Introduction to Microcontroller Programming How would you like ...

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MiraCosta College to Celebrate Latino/a Graduates

Oceanside CA— The MiraCosta College 21st Annual Latino/a Graduation Celebration is scheduled for Friday, May 19, with a reception at 5:30 p.m. followed by a bilingual (Spanish/English) program ...

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Dance Performances at MiraCosta College

Oceanside CA— Spring is here and that means it’s time for Dance Break 2017! MiraCosta College’s Dance Department presents a faculty and student choreographed dance concert premiering exciting ...

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MiraCosta College Offers Day Trip to Experience the Fabulous ’50s at Almansor Court

Oceanside CA— MiraCosta College Community Education is offering an excursion to enjoy the Fabulous ’50s at Almansor Court in Alhambra. The trip is scheduled for Thursday, May 18. ...

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MiraCosta College Art Exhibit: All at Once

Oceanside CA— The Kruglak Gallery proudly presents All at Once, an exhibit that features the works of sixteen young contemporary artists and crafted by seven up-and-coming curators. All ...

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More MiraCosta College Community Ed and Workforce Development Courses for Spring 2017

San Diego County CA— MiraCosta College’s Community Education and Workforce Development Program is offering the following not-for-credit courses this spring:  Welding & Metal Fabrication This is an introductory ...

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MiraCosta College Offers Spring Community Ed and Workforce Development Courses

San Diego County CA— MiraCosta College’s Community Education and Workforce Development Program is offering the following not-for-credit courses this spring:  Microsoft Excel for the Business Professional In this ...

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Job Fair Coming to MiraCosta College Community Learning Center-May 3

Oceanside CA— MiraCosta College, in partnership with the San Diego Workforce Partnership, is holding a Hospitality and Tourism Job Fair, May 3, 11 a.m.–2 p.m., at the Community ...

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MiraCosta College Announces Transgender Scholarship

Oceanside CA— MiraCosta College is the first in the United States to endow a scholarship for a student who identifies with the transgender community. The endowed Trans* Pride ...

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Three MiraCosta College Students Receive Prestigious Scholarship

Oceanside CA— An unprecedented three MiraCosta College students, Omer Azizi, Farshud Sorourifar and Vanessa “Van” Reynolds, have been awarded the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship to ...

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Student Art Exhibits this May at MiraCosta College’s Kruglak Gallery

Oceanside CA— MiraCosta College is proud to present two art exhibits showcasing the work of student artists. “Revealed,” the annual student art show, is an all-media, juried art ...

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MiraCosta College Presents 7th Annual Car and Motorcycle Show

Oceanside CA—The MiraCosta College Automotive Technology Program will hold its 7th Annual Car and Motorcycle Show on Saturday, May 6 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at MiraCosta College, Parking ...

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MiraCosta One of Twenty Community Colleges Selected to Implement California Guided Pathways Project

Oceanside CA— Twenty Community Colleges were selected to participate in the California Guided Pathways Project, a venture designed to substantially increase the number of students who earn a ...

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