Butte College's Accreditation Reaffirmed At its June meeting the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) reaffirmed the accreditation for Butte College based on a comprehensive site visit in March.
Butte College Selects Interim Vice President Board of Trustees select David Danielson, Dean of Language Arts, Mathematics, and Sciences, to fill the role of interim Vice President of Student Learning and Economic Development
Butte College Names Interim President By action of the Butte College Board of Trustees at a special meeting, Dr. Samia Yaqub has been named interim Superintendent/President, effective July 1, 2015.
Welding Program Receives National Award Butte College's welding program was among nine programs recognized nationally as "Excellence in Action" award winners, representing the best Career Technical Education (CTE) has to offer
College Receives $2.5 Million for Innovation Award Butte College is one of 14 colleges and universities in the state being recognized by the Department of Finance for its innovative practices through the receipt of an Innovation in Higher Education Award
Future Farmers of America Hold Field Day at Butte College Butte College Agriculture, Environmental Horticulture and Welding Departments hosted 1,771 FFA students from 155 schools from California, Oregon, and Washington in 23 contests, scoring and tabulating 14,239 materials in 7 hours
Instructor Set to Receive National Awards Fran Babich, certified athletic trainer and a physical education instructor at Butte College for 34 years received two awards from the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA)
Trustees Approve Bond Refinance to Save Taxpayers $7 million Board of Trustees approved the refinancing of $30,725,000 of the general obligation bonds that voters approved in 2002 for Measure A to finance the construction and modernization of the District's facilities. Through this refinancing, property owners in the Butte College District will save $7 million through lower property tax bills over
Four Year Degrees Offered at Community Colleges In an historic first for public higher education in the state, Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation that allows California community colleges to award bachelor's degrees in fields not currently served by the California State University (CSU) or University of California (UC).