Today Heritage University announced the seven winners of the HU Soar Scholarships.
Heritage University students finished in 3rd place in a competition against 225 colleges and universities from across the country in the national Enactus USA Expo being held in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Heritage University will present Shakespeare's "Othello," as performed by the Seattle Shakespeare Company Tusday, April 15,2014
at 5:30 p.m.
Today Heritage University announced the opening of the application period for the “President’s Scholarship for Outstanding Graduate Students.”
Heritage University’s efforts to improve health care in the Yakima Valley took a big step today, as Heritage President Dr. John Bassett announced that the new Physician Assistant Educational program at Heritage received provisional accreditation from the physician assistant (PA) profession’s national accrediting body, the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA).
Maria Coryell-Martin, an artist who travels on scientific expeditions to capture scenes from polar and glaciated regions of the world, will present her work during lectures and drawing workshops at Heritage University March 26-27, 2014.
People who are interested in becoming teachers are invited to learn more about the most innovative teacher preparation program in the country, which is now expanding into the Tri-Cities.
On February 26, 2014, Washington Governor Jay Inslee signed into law SB 6523 the Real Hope Act, previously known as the Washington DREAM Act (under House Bill 1817).
Yakama Nation authors will share their writings and experiences during the "Yakama Authors Festival" at Heritage University (HU) on Tuesday, March 11.
Heritage University's English Language Learner Academy & Institute (ELLA/ELLI) professional development model was named a finalist in the inaugural Road Map Project Awards for its work to increase equity and eliminate opportunity gaps for students in South King County and South Seattle.
One of the most innovative teacher preparation programs in the entire country is expanding into the Tri-Cities area.
There's now less than two weeks left for the valley's brightest students to apply for one of seven new scholarships at Heritage University.
A Heritage Univeristy alumnus and teacher from the Tri-Cities, WA was recognized by the National Educational Association (NEA) Foundation as one of the nation's top educators during its annual gala in our nation's capital over the weekend.
The Act Six Leadership and Scholarship Initiative has announced that nine emerging community leaders across the Yakia Valley have won full-tuition four-year scholarships to Heritage University.
Heritage University faculty, staff and students are honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., at a celebration on Thursday, January 23 on the Toppenish campus.
The following are students in your region who earned a place on the Heritage University Dean's List for the fall 2013 semester.
A free event at Heritage University can help students learn how to get thousands of dollars to pay for college.
Requests for news stories; faculty, staff or student interviews; logo usage; and other similar needs should be directed to the Communications Officer at (509) 865-8588 or email email@example.com.
School’s not in session, but students in Outlook have been able to spend several days this week at Outlook Elementary having fun while learning along the way.
Today Heritage University announced the opening of the application period for the “President’s Scholarship for Outstanding Graduate Students.” Scholarship recipients can receive up to $20,000 toward the pursuit of a graduate degree.
People who are interested in becoming teachers are invited to learn more about the most innovative teacher preparation program in the country, which is now expanding into the Tri-Cities
Hundreds of local high schoolers met at Heritage University in Toppenish Thursday to learn about the Real Hope Act and what it can do for them.
When state Sen. Barbara Bailey, R-Oak Harbor, remained on the fence about a measure granting undocumented students eligibility for state need grants at the beginning of the 2014 legislative session, Ricardo Sanchez of the Latino/a Educational Achievement Project decided some personal stories could help win her over.
An informational forum in Toppenish Thursday afternoon will explain a new law aimed to help undocumented students apply for financial aid.
Heritage University’s HU 105 program, a teacher-training program, is expanding to the Tri-Cities.
Heritage University's HU105 program, a teacher-training program, is expanding to the Tri-Cities.
Watch this video about the HU 105 program expanding (KNDO-KNDU TV)
Yakima resident Alfredo Ortiz and his brother, Ricardo, do not work in cattle ranches -- but their future plans indicate a desire to do so.
Watch the video from the Yakima Herald.
Not quite a year ago, news out of the Legislature in Olympia broke 18-year-old Kimberly Aleman's heart.
Heritage University hosts a Martin Luther King Jr. Event this morning for its students.
Heritage University students spent today packing food boxes for the less fortunate.
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.
View the Graphic Style Guide >
Fill out a Creative Brief >
View the Heritage Catalog >