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The 2019 Norcal champion Bulldog Football team turned its attention in the offseason to a cause that is close to home. Last year, CSM assistant football coach Mike Dovenberg wrapped up 13 months of treatment for leukemia, including a bone marrow transplant, and returned to coaching. His successful battle has been an inspiration to the team and the community.

The CSM chapter of the national Phi Theta Kappa honor society earned national recognition in 2019. The Honor Society achieved “Five Star” status, which is PTK’s highest level of club activity and engagement.

College of San Mateo will celebrate its centennial in 2022-23 with a major community outreach initiative, as well as commemorative videos, website, and special events.

SMCCCD continues its implementation of a robust Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system. Here is the December update.

The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program today named College of San Mateo as one of 150 community colleges eligible to compete for the $1 million Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, the nation’s signature recognition of high achievement and performance among America’s community colleges. Based on strong and improving in student outcomes—including in learning, completion rates, employment rates and earnings, and equity—15 percent of community colleges nationwide have been invited to apply for the Aspen Prize.

Students may now designate their preferred name on SMCCCD records and in their SMCCCD email address.

Vehicle burglary is a crime of opportunity.  Most thefts occur when valuables are left unattended, and out in the open to anyone that is walking by your vehicle.  The Department of Public Safety offers these tips to help prevent crimes.

Recent CSM graduate Andreas Langenbacher was notified that his paper was accepted and published online by “Think You?!,” the journal of the Bay Area Honors Research Symposium.

New law requires county probation departments and DJJ to provide access to online college courses to incarcerated youth and encourages new on- and off-campus partnerships for youth.

Using a data-centered approach to diagnosing the health of programs, the Social Justice Research Academy offers a new training series to help members of the faculty and staff to develop equity-centered research questions, to create qualitative studies in order to collect meaningful data from their programs’ students, and to implement student-centered solutions to close programmatic opportunity gaps.