MiraCosta College

MiraCosta president resigns, takes chancellor position in Los Angeles

MiraCosta president resigns, takes chancellor position in Los Angeles

REGION — Not long after celebrating his fifth year as president and superintendent of MiraCosta College, Dr. Francisco Rodriguez announced Thursday that he would be resigning his position.

College board elects president, vice president

College board elects president, vice president

OCEANSIDE — MiraCosta College’s board of trustees recently elected David Broad as board president and Jeanne Shannon as board vice president.

Miguel Barragan named coach of the year

OCEANSIDE — MiraCosta College women’s soccer coach Miguel Barragan was named Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Coach of the Year.

MiraCosta institute steps up to fill manufacturing skills gap

MiraCosta institute steps up to fill manufacturing skills gap

REGION — Despite the hundreds of thousands of people lacking jobs in San Diego County, industry leaders are faced with a shortage of qualified workers to hire for their company’s manufacturing jobs.

MiraCosta recognized with Green Colleges Leadership Award

OCEANSIDE — MiraCosta College was recently awarded the Green Colleges Leadership Award for its comprehensive master plan that includes extensive green practices.

Latino business conference shares strategies for success

Latino business conference shares strategies for success

OCEANSIDE — The Latinos Emprendedores Conference presented a full day of business advice from top Latino business professionals at MiraCosta College on Oct. 26.

MiraCosta College gears up to greet 17k students

MiraCosta College gears up to greet 17k students

OCEANSIDE — MiraCosta College staff is prepared with extra employees, information huts and welcoming smiles to greet new and returning students the first days of school Aug. 19 and Aug. 20.

New Modular Science Lab Installed at MiraCosta College

COAST CITIES — MiraCosta College has installed a new, high-tech science building that promises to help relieve some of the student demand for chemistry courses.

Groups weigh in on MiraCosta bond

Groups weigh in on MiraCosta bond

COAST CITIES — After 25 years of experience in the restaurant industry, Thomas Straight decided he wanted to go back to school to be an echocardiogram technician.

Two-day event will take on political polarization, minus the shouting

Two-day event will take on political polarization, minus the shouting

COAST CITIES — Partisan politics. Legislative gridlock. The decline of civil discourse. What caused these problems? And can they be solved?