May 23, 2022
Pride and Joy: Merced College Celebrates the Class of 2022
Hundreds of Merced College students took the next step in their lives and careers Friday, May 20, crossing the stage in recognition of their academic achievements at a packed graduation ceremony at Stadium '76. Read More
May 13, 2022
Members of the Merced College Family become graduates
There are as many great stories about Merced College students succeeding and graduating as there are Merced College students.
We are proud to turn today's spotlight on Merced College family members--employees Alexis Alkema and Margaret Pulido, and Anaya Cambridge, daughter of counselor Isabel Cambridge--who will graduate May 20 with the Class of 2022. Read More
May 9, 2022
Instructor, Ph.D. student shows how education can benefit former inmates and society
Cory McCullough was at the skate park, watching several of his and his fiancée Ashley's six children roll around.
While taking a break from studying sound wave propagations, he explained how he had become a UC Merced Ph.D. candidate, a Merced College mathematics instructor, a convicted felon, a father and a drug addict, all by age 33. Read More
May 6, 2022
Relaunch program aims to jumpstart, boost careers for adult students
One responsibility the pandemic has forced on educators is to rethink everything they do for students.
One realization Merced College came to was that it's more adept at delivering an online education than it thought. Read More
April 15, 2022
Inspired by pandemic challenges, Merced College seeks innovation in online learning
Merced College professors grabbed hold of the challenge to quickly turn the college into an online school as the pandemic began. Two years on, they haven't let go. Read More
March 25, 2022
E. Jan Kehoe, Ph.D. Merced College President, 1990-1997
In honor of Women's History Month, the Blue Devil's Advocate is proud to present a special Q&A with Merced College's first woman president, E. Jan Kehoe. Read More
March 18, 2022
Alumna building successful legal career after coming home to Merced
Merced College alumna Nicole Silveira feels at her best inside a courtroom.
The current Supervising Deputy District Attorney of Merced County appreciates the challenges -- the professional one that sizes up her prosecutorial skill, and the personal one that sizes up her fight. Read More