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Today’s Verdict in the Chauvin Trial

George Floyd’s death, and the circumstances surrounding it, affected us all and I hope that today’s verdict in the Derek Chauvin murder trial brings some relief that justice has been served. As your superintendent/president, I want every Black and African American student, staff and faculty to know that I stand by your side today, and every day.

Napa Valley College Participates in Financial Literacy Pilot Program

Robin Darcangelo and Chris Farmer have created a partnership with the California Community College Chancellor’s Office to participate in a pilot program to bring financial literacy to Napa Valley College. NVC’s HSI grant, Caminos al Éxito, is supporting the initiative to train staff and students to support student success and retention through the delivery of useful budgeting and credit-focused financial literacy.

What Were You Wearing Student Survivor Clothing Exhibit on View at Napa Valley College

In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month this April, the Napa Valley College SAVE Taskforce and NEWS Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse Services bring to campus “What Were You Wearing?” Student Survivor Clothing Exhibit. The exhibit is on view in Napa Valley College’s Student Activity Center.

Standing in Support of our AAPI Staff and Students

Like others, I have been shocked and saddened by the attacks we are seeing against our Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities throughout the country.

Napa Valley College and Solano Community College Hold joint 3rd Annual Canvas Day Conference

On December 4, 2020, Napa Valley College (NVC) held its 3rd Annual Canvas half-day conference. Canvas Network is an open space for educators to share, experiment, analyze and create. This year, NVC partnered with Solano Community College, holding the conference virtually in response to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and predominately closed campuses.