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Stanbridge Receives AVMA Accreditation

November 30, 2015 - Stanbridge College’s Associate of Science in Veterinary Technology degree program received American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) accreditation. Accreditation by the AVMA represents the highest standard of achievement for veterinary medical education in the United States.

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Students Present at the 100 Year Starship Symposium

November 17, 2015 - Students from Stanbridge College’s Master of Science in Occupational Therapy Program were invited to present their groundbreaking research regarding the future of long-duration space exploration at the 100 Year Starship Symposium in Silicon Valley. Graduate students presented their research, "The Contributions of Occupational Science to the Readiness of Long Duration Space Exploration," which examines how occupational science can identify strategies that minimize disruptions in task performance for the astronauts.

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Stanbridge Receives ACCSC School of Excellence Award

November 5, 2015 - Stanbridge College has been named a 2014-2015 School of Excellence by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). The award distinguishes ACCSC-accredited schools for their commitment to the expectations and rigors of the accreditation process, as well as the efforts made by high-performing institutions that have demonstrated strong student achievement outcomes.

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“My decision to go to Stanbridge was absolutely the best choice I could make. I have made friends, I've had experiences, and best of all, it’s actually helped me to get the job I was really hoping to get.”

Kris Kline, Stanbridge College Graduate, 2014

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Inside the Classroom

Nursing students get an in-depth look at human anatomy and body systems in the Human Cadaver Lab on campus.

Nursing students get an in-depth look at human anatomy and body systems in the Human Cadaver Lab on campus.

Nursing students practice patient care in small groups with guidance from their instructor in the Nursing Simulation Lab.

Nursing students practice patient care in small groups with guidance from their instructor in the Nursing Simulation Lab.

Classrooms equipped with advanced learning technology, including SMART Boards, help students focus on their coursework and instruction.

Classrooms equipped with advanced learning technology, including SMART Boards, help students focus on their coursework and instruction.

Dialysis students work in small groups practicing venipuncture on cannulation arm manikins.

Dialysis students work in small groups practicing venipuncture on cannulation arm manikins.

OT students utilize a canoeing activity in the Newport Bay Harbor to practice activity analysis and limb control to determine typical movement patterns.

OT students utilize a canoeing activity in the Newport Bay Harbor to practice activity analysis and limb control to determine typical movement patterns.

Hands-on demonstrations of emerging rehabilitation technology like Flint Rehabilitations MusicGlove™ lets occupational therapy students learn new and creative ways to treat clients.

Hands-on demonstrations of emerging rehabilitation technology like Flint Rehabilitations MusicGlove™ lets occupational therapy students learn new and creative ways to treat clients.

OTA students use swing therapy as a therapeutic intervention to help clients with sensory and processing challenges in one of the Therapy Skills Labs.

OTA students use swing therapy as a therapeutic intervention to help clients with sensory and processing challenges in one of the Therapy Skills Labs.

OTA students raise public awareness of occupational therapy through fundraisers and special events on campus.

OTA students raise public awareness of occupational therapy through fundraisers and special events on campus.

PTA students learn how to help patients regain mobility, balance, and stability in the Therapy Skills Labs on campus.

PTA students learn how to help patients regain mobility, balance, and stability in the Therapy Skills Labs on campus.

PTA students get hands-on experience examining the anatomy, muscles, and bones of a synthetic human cadaver in the Cadaver Lab.

PTA students get hands-on experience examining the anatomy, muscles, and bones of a synthetic human cadaver in the Cadaver Lab.

Veterinary Technology students practice bandaging skills during their Equine Lab at Cal Poly Pomona.

Veterinary Technology students practice bandaging skills during their Equine Lab at Cal Poly Pomona.

Dr. Lawrence Kosmin, Medical Director of the Veterinary Technology Program, works alongside students in the teaching clinics on campus.

Dr. Lawrence Kosmin, Medical Director of the Veterinary Technology Program, works alongside students in the teaching clinics on campus.

Vocational Nurse students practice CPR in the Nursing Simulation Lab with high-fidelity simulation manikins.

Vocational Nurse students practice CPR in the Nursing Simulation Lab with high-fidelity simulation manikins.

Nursing students practice client care on a high-fidelity human simulator that provides them with real-time feedback by speaking through the manikin.

Nursing students practice client care on a high-fidelity human simulator that provides them with real-time feedback by speaking through the manikin.

The bond between PTA students is often very close, and they enjoy spending time together both in and outside of the classroom.

The bond between PTA students is often very close, and they enjoy spending time together both in and outside of the classroom.

Nursing students enjoy root beer floats as part of a PTA fundraising activity in the courtyard.

Nursing students enjoy root beer floats as part of a PTA fundraising activity in the courtyard.

Students study and work together on group projects in collaboration rooms in the Learning Resource Center on campus.

Students study and work together on group projects in collaboration rooms in the Learning Resource Center on campus.

The Learning Resource Center provides students with private collaboration rooms, quiet study rooms, and a computer lab.

The Learning Resource Center provides students with private collaboration rooms, quiet study rooms, and a computer lab.

From the Blog

Stanbridge College Awarded NAVTA Student Chapter of the Year

The Stanbridge College student chapter of the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA) was recently named "Chapter of the Year" by NAVTA. Ms. Emma Cusack, RVT, Assistant Director of the Veterinary Technology program, was also recognized as "Advisor of the Year."

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Congratulations to the Newly Elected SSOTA Executive Board

Stanbridge College is pleased to introduce the newly elected Executive Board of the Stanbridge Student Occupational Therapy Association (SSOTA)! Through advocacy and education, SSOTA provides opportunities for its members to engage the community and promote knowledge of occupational therapy for the benefit of students, and the public.

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2016 Alumni Association Board Election Results

Stanbridge College is pleased to announce the results of the 2016 Alumni Association elections! After an extensive nomination and balloting process, Stanbridge alumni have elected the officers who will represent them on the Executive Board. Please join us in congratulating President Angela Vessey, Vice President Kris Kline, Secretary Chrystal Billings, and Treasurer David Thomas!

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Stanbridge Student Chapter of NAVTA Featured in National Journal

An article written by Stanbridge Veterinary Technology student Erin Mertan was published in the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA) Journal. Ms. Mertan, who serves as Secretary of the Stanbridge student chapter of NAVTA, is pictured below. The chapter has already held two successful fundraisers, hosted an ice cream social, and are developing [...]

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Community Service

We reach out to the global community.

Engaging the local and global community is an integral part of our identity: Keeping the needs of others in focus helps shape a connected, compassionate student body and elevates our students to a higher standard of service. Through partnering with a variety of organizations – such as Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County, Free Wheelchair Mission, and Doctors Without Borders - Stanbridge REACH - Beyond the Classroom™ volunteers time, raises funds, promotes awareness, and works to meet the needs of people in our community and around the world.

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