SBBCollege Ventura will be hosting a fun-filled night of celebrations to coincide with the College’s 125th anniversary which is being celebrated this year. The event, which is taking place on Tuesday, September 17th, will be attended by Ventura Mayor Mike Tracy, who will be a special guest of on honor on the day.
The campus will be decked out with banners and balloons and a host of activities will take place throughout the evening. An official ribbon cutting by the Mayor and President of SBBCollege will commence the celebrations which will then be followed by the burying of a time capsule. The time capsule will be filled with items donated by the Ventura community, as well as students, staff and faculty members from the College.
Former alumni will be attending to share their stories and experiences from their time at the College and the campus has arranged for music, food and games to follow the burying of the time capsule.
Matthew Johnston, SBBCollege President, comments: ‘This anniversary marks a significant chapter in the history of this great institution and we are looking forward to the celebrations taking place across the various campuses. It will be great to see students from past and present enjoying the celebrations.’
In 2003, SBBCollege opened the Ventura campus to better serve students in scenic southern-most part of California's Central Coast. The Ventura college campus offers associate's, bachelor's and MBA degree programs and shorter-term job training programs. Graduates of all programs receive job-placement assistance and other career services.