State assemblymen Chad Mayes and Eduardo Garcia, who stewarded the request for direct funding to the campus last spring, formally presented the state’s $3 million commitment to the campus during a ceremony on Tuesday, Dec. 19.
The University Legacy Scholarship is offered to the valley’s best and brightest. Completed applications for the 2018-19 academic year must be received or postmarked by March 2, and are to include transcripts and letters of recommendation.
The online program, offered with the instruction of faculty in hospitality and business management, will run from April 9-May 18.
The Annexstads were honored on April 11 when the Palm Desert Campus hosted its the third annual “Keeping Our Brightest Stars” Scholarship Dinner.
The online program, offered with the instruction of faculty in hospitality and business management, will run from June 18-Aug. 3.
Programming at all hours is saturated with music and news and information about cultural, intellectual and academic offerings at the Palm Desert Campus, in the city of Palm Desert and the entire Coachella Valley region.