The American River Current

Students should consider scholarships and grants more often

Kayla Sepulveda, criminal justice major, holds her scholarship certificate granted from the Los Rios Community District and the Pride Center at ARC on May 7, 2019. (Photo by Breawna Maynard)

Breawna Maynard

May 13, 2019

Most college students are working multiple jobs and struggling financially when it comes to going to school full-time or part-time. It can be stressful dealing with personal things such as rent or bills while going to school and also having to worry about assignment deadlines and grades. For those at a u...

ARC to host scholarship seminars

American River College encourages students to attend the bi-monthly seminars to find out what potential scholarships they may be able to apply for. (Stock photo)

Brienna Edwards

October 24, 2017

Attending college can be a daunting task, and trying to manage funds and balance school can seem insurmountable for some students. Scholarships may seem distant and difficult, even impossible to obtain. However, American River College is trying to make the process of finding and applying for scho...

ARC receives $3.3 million in grants for three programs on campus

Felipe Gomez, a student personnel assistant in the Journey program, gives students information before they check into the program. The Journey program was given a third of a $3.3 million grant ARC received from the U.S. Department of Education. (Photo by Jordan Schauberger)

Jordan Schauberger

September 8, 2015

American River College was awarded three $1.1 million grants which will be used to benefit the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), Journey and Veterans Project programs on campus. The money was awarded to the campus in July by the U.S. Department of Education through the Federal TRIO...

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