Spend the summer at Lake Tahoe and take advantage of discounted tuition and housing (single: $70/week | double: $40/week | triple: $25/week). Check out 2014 Summer Schedule online or contact the Office of the Registrar at our office in David Hall or call us at 775.831.1314, extension 7580.
The Dean of Students and Sustainability Club would like to challenge you to reduce carbon emissions and help solve parking issues on campus by using alternative transportation. Carpool, walk, bike, skip, skate, or park at the church lot between Wed. 9-11, and Wed. 11-20 and register your commute at the Library for campus rewards points. Grand Prize – a $200 gift card to Diamond Peak, good for a College Student Season Pass!
Wednesday, November 6 – Saturday, November 9 The 2013 Festival lineup will feature Chasing Ice, the story of one man’s mission to change the tide of history by gathering undeniable evidence of climate change. Some of the featured films include … Continued
Gillette featured on KNPB’s “The Conversation” with host Brent Boynton Long-time area broadcast journalist Brent Boynton recently interviewed SNC President Lynn G. Gillette, noting that the College “has a relatively new leader and is embarking on a new chapter in … Continued
The Sierra Nevada College Tuolumne Meadows to Yosemite Valley weekend backpacking trip has returned safely to campus Sunday night Sept. 15th and was a big success. The ten participants, led by Dean of Students and Outdoor Adventures Director Will Hoida, … Continued
Patricia Smith, Distinguished Visiting Professor and Writer in Residence, has won the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize for her latest book, “Shoulda Been Jimi Savannah.” The prize, given by the Academy of American Poets, is in recognition of the most outstanding book … Continued
Sierra Nevada College Outdoor Adventures will be backpacking from Tuolumne Meadows to Yosemite Valley this weekend, Sept 13 – 15, summiting both Cloud’s Rest and Half Dome along the way! Park Rangers have reported that both the Tuolumne high country … Continued
The Lost Sierra Hoedown is part of a Service Learning Project led by a team of three Interdisciplinary students: Cody Wilkins, Rachael Blum, and Drew Fisher. “The purpose of Service Learning is to give students an opportunity to create a … Continued
TRUCKEE, Calif. — On Sept. 4, Truckee Hometown SEARS owner Charlie Riley announced Molly Holiday, first-grade teacher at Kings Beach Elementary; and Eric Harssema, second-grade teacher at Incline Elementary School; as winners of the 2012-13 Truckee Hometown SEARS-Sierra Sun Teacher … Continued
The Value of Empowering Student Leaders in Orientation Programming Student leaders for the annual new student Wilderness Orientation (WO) take the ODAL 450: Pre-Orientation Program Leader class as part of their preparation for the field. Below are quotes from … Continued