Palomar College Planetarium offers summer programs

Palomar College Planetarium offers summer programs

Warm, clear Friday nights provide ideal stargazing conditions, as well as a variety of programs and talks by college staff at the planetarium. Viewers can enjoy ‘The Sky Tonight’ and one of the four full-dome films currently in rotation, plus views of the night sky...
Drone-Con at Palomar on July 6

Drone-Con at Palomar on July 6

June 26, 2018 What: Second annual Palomar College Drone-Con. Conference tickets have sold out; media passes still available. When: Friday, July 6, 2018 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Registration and breakfast begin at 7:30 a.m. in front of the Brubeck Theatre adjacent to Lot 1....
Doors open at new campuses in Rancho Bernardo and Fallbrook

Doors open at new campuses in Rancho Bernardo and Fallbrook

Beginning of summer classes met with excitement and anticipation as hundreds of students arrive for the first day of the semester. RANCHO BERNARDO and FALLBROOK — After years of planning and hard work, Palomar College welcomed hundreds of students to the first day of...
Grand Opening for New Palomar College Campus in Fallbrook

Grand Opening for New Palomar College Campus in Fallbrook

With summer classes starting June 11, Palomar celebrates the completion of the first-phase “Interim Village” on the 82-acre site with a ceremony and campus tours. Left to right: Palomar Community College District Governing Board Trustee Nina Deerfield; Board President...
Scenes of Success: Commencement 2018 Photo Gallery

Scenes of Success: Commencement 2018 Photo Gallery

In Palomar College’s 2018 Commencement exercises, held Friday, May 25, nearly 2,500 students graduated; the college received 3,492 applications for associate degrees or certificates of achievement, and 1,509 associate of arts (A.A.) degrees, 1,511 certificates...
Sheriff’s lieutenant reflects on lessons learned at Palomar

Sheriff’s lieutenant reflects on lessons learned at Palomar

Community college plays a key role in creating opportunity for law enforcement leaders, says Eddie Brock, a Marine Corps veteran and assistant commander of the Sheriff’s Department station in San Marcos. SAN MARCOS — As a Sheriff’s deputy in his late 20s, Eddie Brock...