Palomar Breaks Ground on Arboretum Trails and Renovation Project

Palomar Breaks Ground on Arboretum Trails and Renovation Project

Funded by Prop. M, the improvements will include ADA-compliant trails, irrigation upgrades, a new entrance, a groundwater well to reduce the college’s demand for municipal water, and more. Pictured above, left to right: Palomar College Governing Board President Mark...
Beloved counselor lives on in $100,000 bequest

Beloved counselor lives on in $100,000 bequest

April Woods, who taught and counseled at Palomar College for 25 years, lost her battle with cancer in 2017. Now there is a travel scholarship in her name, thanks to a $100,000 bequest to the Palomar College Foundation. Pictured above: Melissa Grant holds a photo of...
Eighteen Award Nominations for Palomar College Media Programs

Eighteen Award Nominations for Palomar College Media Programs

KKSM Radio students and staff are in New York City for the 2019 Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) awards. This year’s nominations include Palomar’s third consecutive nomination for Best Community College Radio Station. Pictured above: Palomar College student...
Outreach librarian helps students get to know new library

Outreach librarian helps students get to know new library

Natalie Lopez provides tours, teaches classes, and constantly promotes the many services of the Palomar College Library/Learning Resource Center (LRC). About the new building, she says, “I’ve heard nothing but wonderful things from our students.” SAN MARCOS — When she...
Josh Lomeli: a Palomar-Powered career in water technology

Josh Lomeli: a Palomar-Powered career in water technology

Palomar student on the cover of the Spring 2019 Class Schedule will earn his degree in Water Technology this year. He is already on the job with the Rincon del Diablo Municipal Water District in Escondido. ESCONDIDO — Like many students, Josh Lomeli cycled through a...