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AICCU represents private, nonprofit colleges and universities in California, conducting public relations, research and government relations for its members
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Established in 1918, has long been considered one of the major art institutions in California and will celebrate its centennial this September.
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The nearly 80 private nonprofit colleges and universities in California have the capacity to serve more students, and are ready to forge partnerships with the public sector.

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This week’s School of the Week focus falls on Otis College of Art & Design (). Follow along as we get to know Los Angeles’ first independent professional school of art!
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AICCU Feb 19
It was said by our 44th president that "The future belongs to young people with an education and the imagination to create." We couldn't agree more.
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AICCU Feb 19
Save the date for the fourth annual on July 27, 2018! The Summit will explore how teachers can meet the needs of every student. Learn more at
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AICCU Feb 16
California’s private colleges have plenty of room
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AICCU Feb 16
Thanks for following along with us and this week! Check back next week for another fascinating feature!
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AICCU Feb 16
will be hosting the Spring Deans/Directors of Education meeting on Wednesday, March 7 from 1-7 p.m. As of 2018, there will be a $75 registration fee for AICCU Deans of Education meetings. For more information or to register:
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SacBeeEditorialBoard Feb 15
Presidents of remind legislators that private colleges are part of solution in
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AICCU Feb 15
With a sprawling 225-acre campus set against the lush hills of Thousand Oaks, and multiple off-site centers located in Woodland Hills, Westlake Village, Oxnard and Santa Maria, is an ideal locale for students looking to learn in an expansive environment.
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AICCU Feb 15
provides educational opportunities to all students – regardless of ethnic background. Their efforts in this area garnered the Hispanic-Service Institution (HSI) designation by the U.S. Department of Education in 2016.
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AICCU Feb 14
Wishing all of our friends, families, faculty members and affiliated institutions a very Happy Valentine’s Day!
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AICCU Feb 14
Offering both undergraduate and graduate degrees in the Liberal Arts and Sciences as well as in professional fields, brings students together with dedicated faculty members to pursue their goals.
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AICCU Feb 13
will be administering its SEARS survey this spring. We will keep you updated with details as they come available!
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AICCU Feb 13
Although it is currently affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, is nonsectarian and welcomes students of all convictions and beliefs.
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AICCU Feb 13
Founded in 1959, was the first four-year private college in Ventura County and has since been ranked in the Top 25 Universities in the Western United States by . Find out more about this prestigious university today!
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AICCU Feb 12
This week’s School of the Week is Cal Lutheran University ()! Follow along as we explore more about this top-tier Southern California school!
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AICCU Feb 12
Just a friendly reminder that today is the deadline to apply for the Capital Fellows Program. This outstanding opportunity for college graduates to work in the Senate, Assembly, executive branch, or judicial branch, is one not to be missed!
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AICCU Feb 12
We at are committed to maintaining a strong voice in the public policies that affect the welfare of non-profit higher education in California.
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AICCU Feb 9
Thanks for following along with this week’s , !
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