good times local news media events catalyst santa cruz california metro silicon valley news local events san jose weekly pajaronian watsonville local newspaper, news events pajaro valley california gilroy dispatch local news events garlic festival santa cruz media events local california weekly king city rustler newspaper media local events car sales buy new car media
45.6 F
Salinas
English English Spanish Spanish
January 26, 2022

Hartnell College hosts registration fairs for Spring semester

Incoming students to receive funds for books and food

SALINAS VALLEY — Hartnell College invites new and returning students to enroll for the Spring 2022 semester during registration fairs to be held Jan. 11-14 at four campus sites and will provide them up to $550 for textbooks, supplies and campus food service.

The new semester will start on Jan. 24, with classes offered at Hartnell’s Main Campus and Alisal Campus in Salinas and at its three education centers: the newly expanded King City center, the new Soledad center and the new Castroville center, where final construction work is still underway.

The first registration fairs were on Jan. 11 at the Soledad Education Center, 1505 Metz Road; and then in Castroville, 10241 Tembladera St., on Jan. 12.

The next registration fairs will take place in King City, 211 N. Second St., from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 13; and in Salinas on the Main Campus, 411 Central Ave., from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Jan. 14, with free parking.

“This is an opportunity for our current and prospective students to see our beautiful new facilities and get ready to join us for the upcoming semester,” said Romero Jalomo, vice president of student affairs. “We have extended our educational opportunities throughout the Salinas Valley, and our flexible course options are designed to help every student achieve their educational goals.”

At the four registration fairs, college staff will be available to help students register for classes, with in-person, online and hybrid options available. They also will provide assistance with financial aid and information about student support services. 

During the Main Campus event, in the Student Services Building (B), staff will help students upload their proof of vaccination. They must bring a vaccination card or have a digital image of their card.

Every student who enrolls in three or more credits for spring at Hartnell College will immediately get up to $300 in credits for textbooks and other required course materials purchased in person at the Hartnell Bookstore on Main Campus, 411 Central Ave., in Salinas. (Contributed Photo)

Every student who enrolls in three or more credits for spring will immediately get up to $300 in credits for textbooks and other required course materials purchased in person at the Hartnell Bookstore on Main Campus, 411 Central Ave. They will be asked to show their spring class schedule to qualify.

Students who remain enrolled in mid-February will also receive $250 on their student CatCard IDs for additional bookstore purchases, as well as for food and beverages at campus dining. The bookstore, the Hartnell Starbucks and The Grille for meals and snacks are all located in Student Center, Building C, on the Main Campus.

Starting Jan. 17, new and returning Hartnell students and employees are required to be fully vaccinated for Covid-19 or have an approved religious or medical exemption. For information about how to provide proof of vaccination or request an exemption, visit Hartnell.edu/vax/.


Article submitted by Scott Faust, Communications Director for Hartnell College.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Local News

Greenfield celebrates 75 years with burying of time capsule

GREENFIELD — City of Greenfield celebrated its 75th anniversary with a special ceremony earlier this month, culminating in the burying of a time capsule...