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.
Heritage University's Computer Science Club is offering free computer maintenance services.
A dozen students from across Central Washington are receiving full-tuition scholarships to Heritage University through the Act Six Leadership and Scholarship Initiative. The twelve were selected through a rigorous process from a pool of 224 applicants.
Middle school students from throughout the Yakima Valley are putting their scientific prowess to the test as they compete in the first South Central Washington Science Olympiad (SCWSO) on Saturday, February 9.
Heritage University faculty, staff and students are honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at a celebration on Thursday, January 24 on the Toppenish campus.
The Chief Judge of the U.S.District Court for the Eastern District of Washington State is speaking as a guest lecturer at
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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.
A fire at a private, liberal arts college in Washington state has left school officials scrambling to ensure academics aren't adversely affected and grateful that more wasn't lost for the largely minority students who make up the school's student body.
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