San Bernardino Valley College, the first campus among California community colleges to open a Dreamers Resource Center in 2015.

San Bernardino Community College District Stands for Campus Safety, Diversity and Respect for All

SBCCD Trustees join California Community Colleges Board of Governors in supporting the ability of all students to attend campuses without fear and intimidation

On January 22, 2017, the San Bernardino Community College District (SBCCD) Board of Trustees applauded the California Community College Board of Governors for unanimously approving a resolution declaring all 113 community colleges as “open, safe and welcoming to all students, regardless of immigration status.” The resolution is consistent with SBCCD’s commitment to providing resources and opportunities for all students, from all backgrounds, to achieve their academic potential.

Executive order affecting seven majority Muslim countries

Over the weekend (Jan. 27–29, 2017) the Trump administration issued an executive order that restricts the ability of students, faculty and staff from certain countries from being able to enter the United States. The action caused great concern at colleges and universities across the nation.

If you become aware of any San Bernardino Community College District (SBCCD) students, faculty or staff that have been detained or otherwise prevented from entering the United States, and have information about such actions, please call the SBCCD Office of Public Affairs and Government Relations at (909) 382–4012.

SBCCD will work with the California Community Colleges Office of General Counsel and handle related information with the strictest privacy and confidentiality.

San Bernardino Community College District opens doors of opportunity for 20,000 students at Crafton Hills College & San Bernardino Valley College.