Heritage University’s Center for a New Washington (CNW) is again focusing its efforts on better health care for Yakima Valley residents.
Heritage University wants to give seven of the valley's brightest students the opportunity to soar in higher education.
Seattle author Shannon Huffman Polson is one of three regional speakers visiting Heritage University as part of Student Spirituality Week November 18-22.
A new Title V collaboration between Heritage University (HU) and Yakima Valley Community College (YVCC) aims to give students the tools they need to achieve success in their pursuit of higher education.
A little over fourteen months after fire destroyed Petrie Hall, Heritage University is preparing to rebuild the lost structure.
Heritage University has produced a series of brief instructional videos each featuring a "breakthrough strategy" to enable first generation college student success.
The Educational Opportunity Gap Oversight and Accountability Committee (EOGOAC) was created by the 2009 legislature to focus on closing the student achievement gap in Washington State. The Center for a New Washington (CNW) at Heritage University will host a community forum presented by the EOGOAC.
Sharon Prill, publisher of the Yakima Herald Republic and head of the Seattle Times Company Affiliate Newspaper Group, is presenting the keynote address at Heritage University's Fall Convocation on September 18.
A new program launching at Heritage University is poised to impact healthcare for those living in rural areas of the Pacific Northwest.
After an extensive search, Heritage University announces that Mea Moore joined the university as the dean of the College of Education and Psychology.
A leadership program at Heritage University is giving area professionals a way to enhance their skills without leaving the Yakima Valley. Leading from the Inside Out is an intensive three-day seminar with workshops ranging from ethical leadership to marketing strategies to team building to collaboration.
Seventeen high school and college students from the Yakima Valley are hitting the road for science. For two weeks in July, they are traveling more than 1,500 miles visiting tribal lands in Oregon and Washington for a class that is one part scientific field experience and one part cultural exchange.
Mexico's diplomatic representative in Washington state, Consul Alejandro Garcia Moreno is meeting Heritage University officials, students and alumni, as well as local business leaders at a reception on Thursday, May 16.
Heritage University hosts its 31st commencement exercise on Saturday, May 11 at 10:00 a.m. on the Toppenish campus.
It's a winning streak that only a few can boast, a decade of being at the top of the class.
Heritage University Career Services is inviting job seekers to come to a career fair on the Toppenish campus on Tuesday, April 30.
More than 250 middle school girls are gathering at Heritage University for a Saturday filled with science and fun in April.
Holli Martinez, board president of The Martinez Foundation is presenting the keynote address at Heritage University's Spring Honors Convocation on Thursday, April 18 at 11:00 a.m.
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Heritage University has announced seven new, full-tuition scholarships for both high school students and current Heritage students as part of a broader push to promote the school.
Shannon Huffman Polson went looking for something in the Artic.
Erica Rodriguez, a second-grade teacher at Barge-Lincoln Elementary School in Yakima, was a child of immigrants who left Monterrey, Mexico, to work in the fields around Othello.
In an effort to expand the debate over comprehensive immigration reform beyond politics, a group of religious, business and government leaders joined Saturday to unveil a shared set of values to personalize the discussion.
Harrison Middle School math coach Joshua Schlegal was named Monday the 2013-14 Regional Teacher of the Year by the Educational Service District 105.
At Toppenish's Heritage University, reaction to the government's proposal was mixed. Finanical Aid Director Oscar Verduzco called these new rates "more consistent" and "more transparent - something that wasn't there before for student borrowers."
As Debra Whitefoot walked Saturday with 217 other graduating students at Heritage University, she no doubt reflected on the unconventional journey that brought her to campus at age 52.
Graduation photos provided by the Yakima Herald
David Warren has given hundreds of commencement speeches in his long career as a crusader for private colleges and increased financial aid funding for all college students.
After experiencing enrollment doubling over the past decade, Heritage University expects the same growth rate over the next 10 years.
A student could go from kindergarten all the way through medical school and never leave the Yakima Valley.
More than 250 middle school girls got together at Heritage University Saturday to learn from professionals.
Heritage University's Center for Native Health and Culture is hosting visiting indigenous scholars from New Zealand and Hawaii as part of an indigenous peoples cultural exchange Saturday.
After spending two days sifting through the debris of Petrie Hall, Yakima County fire investigators were unable to determine the cause of the fire that destroyed Heritage University’s oldest building earlier this month.
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