Give the gift of education to the next generation. Giving to Oak Valley College goes a long way. Gifts at any level are appreciated. If you want to be named as a Founder...
See, first hand, what it is like to attend Oak Valley College. Visit a class and get a taste of what it is like to be a student. Contact Don Foor, email@example.com to learn more.
Get to know Oak Valley College - attend an Information Session (Sept 29), visit a class, or attend a Brown Bag Lunch, then apply by December 1 to receive our most generous scholarship. Why wait? A debt-free...
Our next Information Session is September 29. To RSVP, contact Don Foor, Dean of Admissions, firstname.lastname@example.org or (310) 938-2102. If you cannot make it, consider a class visit or come to a Brown Bag Lunch. A class visit...
New Student Orientation is August 16. We still have a few spots open. If you are interested in enrolling, please contact Don Foor, email@example.com. This is your chance to experience something new and unique - a debt-free Christian college experience. Earn your bachelor's degree in three years through our year-round schedule.
There is still time to join Oak Valley College this fall. Contact Don Foor, Dean of Admissions, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or apply online (FREE). Hurry, there are only a few spots left.
Doubt is the most common response we get when we tell people that Oak Valley College provides a debt-free Bachelor of Arts in Business. Yes...
Want to attend a Christian college? A few spaces remain. Apply now, the application is free, but hurry. New Student Orientation is August 16, and you do not want to miss it.
If you are thinking about waiting to get your degree, think no more. Of the 11.6 million jobs created after the Great Recession, 8.4 million went to those with at least a bachelor's degree, according to the Center on Education and the Workforce at Georgetown University.
According to The College Board, last year, the cost of attending private colleges averaged $43,921 and public universities were $19,548. We know it may not sound real, but Oak Valley College tuition, FOR EARNING YOUR DEGREE, is around $10,000. That is not a misprint. We are able to offer affordable tuition by not paying high costs to sustain a campus, expensive athletic programs, or high administrative salaries.
There are two facts that we frequently get challenged about. First is our cost. Yes, it is true that the cost for Oak Valley College is $75 per unit. There are almost no strings attached. The first string is you have to apply, and the application deadline is July 1.
The American Dream is still available. If you plan to go to a Christian college AND expect to go into lots of debt, take a look at Oak Valley College. We offer a different path, one built on Christian principles BUT debt-free. There is another way to experience the American Dream. Apply today...even the application is free.
Forest Home is joining Oak Valley College in a partnership to provide a unique set of educational benefits for Forest Home employees. If you, or someone you know, would like to join the Forest Home team, please visit - http://www.foresthome.org/aboutfh/employment/.
Come to our next Information Session at noon, Sunday, May 15 at Centerpoint Church in Colton. Please RSVP at email@example.com to let us know you are coming.
Read about this student attending UCSD, a state school, and facing $99,000 in student loans...
The Launch Pad experience at Oak Valley College is designed to teach you how to think about, refine, test, and launch a new product or service. This may be for a business, ministry, or nonprofit.
Gregg Simmons, our Career Development Director, served as Director of Athlete and Education Services for the US Olympic Committee (USOC). Gregg comes to OVC with more than 20 years of service in career development, most of those years serving colleges and university students.
Take some time to check out our website to learn more about us. We have assembled an exceptional team of talented professionals with strong faith backgrounds and decades of experience in their respective fields. Everyone at Oak Valley College is dedicated to student learning and preparing the next generation of young adults for careers in private industry, nonprofit leadership, and the ministry.
While many subjects can be learned in different ways (e.g. online), the tried and true standard of classroom teaching done over a long period of time (e.g. semester by semester) is still the preferred method of teaching and learning. Why is that?
Applied learning is about putting into practice what you learn. We say it frequently, and we mean it, at Oak Valley College you learn it today...apply it tomorrow. In a typical class, you will discuss best practices in the classroom and then put those lessons into practice in the workplace.