Important Campus Updates:

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ACICS Update
It appears that changes are happening in warp speed regarding the recognition of ACICS and the resulting situation of the status of the over 600 universities who are accredited by ACICS. Any new and relevant information will be shared via this webpage as we learn about the changes.

Upcoming Events

  • DISMANTLING PATRIARCHY

    Guest Speaker: Rev. Greg Ward

    April 13th, 2019

    Time: 12:00 PM

    Location: Zoom Conference

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Presentation: "Marketing from an Entrepreneur's Perspective" by Michael Stull, PhD
Marketing for entrepreneurs requires that they understand marketing as an investment rather than as an expense. Entrepreneurs often have limited funds to devote to marketing, so choosing cost-effective ways to get out their messages is very important.
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2018 Graduation Photos: Now Available
Congratulations Class of 2018! Thank you to all who attended the 6th Annual Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2018. We had lots of fun celebrating our graduates and their success. Photos from the day are now available.
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Commencement 2018
You are cordially invited to the 6th Annual Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2018. We look forward to celebrating our graduates and their success with you.
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Commencement 2017
Thank you to all who attended the 5th Annual Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2017. We had lots of fun celebrating our graduates and their success. PHOTOS HAVE BEEN POSTED
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CIAM's Halloween Party 2017!
Join us Tuesday, October 31st for a Spooky Halloween Party! There will be candy, ghosts and goblins. Wear a costume and bring your best ghost impersonation. Lunch will be provided so be there or be UNDEAD.
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Happy Indigenous People's Day!
CIAM will be observing Indigenous Peoples day as a Holiday beginning in 2018. We would like to acknowledge October 9, 2017 to remember the plight and tragedies that indigenous peoples have experienced. We recognize and remember their contributions to the fabric of American life and history and celebrate their place in Los Angeles and the United States.