30-year- old resource geared toward aiding people with a disability
The students in the West Contra Costa Unified School District’s Transition Program, located at Contra Costa College, learn to exemplify the inner strength, wisdom and courage of the human spirit.
Ma, Fites assume vital roles in student services
Taking over two important positions in the Student Services Center are a familiar employee and an individual who may be new to Contra Costa College, but not new to the community college system.
More than 20 schemers take federal grant monies
On a regular basis, financial aid offices across the country experience defrauders regularly enrolling into classes and disappearing from campuses after attaining federal grant revenue.
After a decision to cut the program in March 2012, College for Kids (CFK) was absent from campus, for the first time in 30 years.
63-year-old department goes through process
Since the 2012 spring semester Contra Costa College has been without the dental assisting program — a program that was a part of the campus since the college’s inception in 1950.