Important Campus Updates:
Health Advisory - Coronavirus
In light of the current outbreak of the Coronavirus, we are issuing this Health Advisory. The first case in the United States was announced on January 21, 2020. No students, faculty or staff have reported symptoms or cases for the coronavirus at CiAM. READ MORE.
IMPORTANT: 2020 Catalog Policy Changes
Hello CiAM Students! As we approach the new year, there are a couple of changes that you should be aware of. The State of California recently passed a new law that goes into effect on January 1, 2020...READ MORE.
Annual Emergency Response Drill 2019
Notice: There will be an emergency evacuation drill on July 23, 2019 at 12:30 PM for all of those who are on campus. Attendance for those on-site is mandatory, thank you for your corporation.
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You are cordially invited to the 7th Annual Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2019. We look forward to celebrating our graduates and their success with you.
City of Alhambra 2019 Neighborhood Clean-up Event
City of Alhambra 2019 Neighborhood Cleanup was a success! CiAM Business Development Manager, Erik Roberts joined City of Alhambra staff and service organizations to assist with a massive one-day clean-up effort to improve the appearance of our neighborhoods on Saturday, April 27, from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm.
Denim Day 2019
April is Sexual Violence Awareness Month and we will be supporting Denim Day this month. We encourage you all to wear denim on Wednesday the 24th,and for your participation in helping create awareness through-out campus.
Earth Day 2019 - Protect Our Species
Everywhere you go on our planet, there is something alive around you! If you pay a bit of attention, whether in a city or the countryside, you will almost always see a tree, a plant, a bird, an insect...some form of life.
César Chávez Day 2019
César Chávez Day is a commemorative holiday throughout the United States, and a state holiday in some states, such as California...
Presentation: "Dismantling Patriarchy" by Gregory S. Ward
Rev. Greg Ward, a Unitarian Universalist minister in Santa Monica, acknowledges that religion can encourage patriarchy. He will detail what his church has done and is doing to stop patriarchy from limiting women and their role and influence in society.