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Empire College Graduates

Advantages of Earning a Specialized Degree in Sonoma County

June 20, 2019

When deciding on a college to attend, there are many factors to consider. Most prospective students make a “pros and cons” list to help make sense of such a huge decision. It can be tempting to look at a university farther away – the idea of building an exciting life outside of Sonoma County. However, staying local holds many benefits for one’s future.

There are financial advantages to already being in Sonoma County – if you are able to stay local, you can save yourself the stress of long-distance travel or dorm fees. Staying in Sonoma County also means possible qualification for local or community grants. From the Community Foundation of Sonoma County, for example, the Michael F. O’Donnell Memorial Scholarship Fund offers a $2,500 scholarship to a law student from Sonoma County.
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Sana Rosa Tax Clic

Free Tax Service at Empire College

March 7, 2019

Why is filing our tax return so cumbersome for most of us? A main contributor is that there are so many variables to consider. Whether it’s cross-referencing receipts for deductions, updating your marital status, or claiming a dependent for the first time. The process is overwhelming and lends the potential for individuals to choose the […]

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News About Empire College

Mary O’Brien Named 2018 Financial Aid Professional of the Year

October 15, 2018

Empire College’s Director of Financial Aid Mary O’Brien has been named the 2018 Norma Ford Financial Aid Professional of the Year. The Norma Ford Award is presented by the California Association of Private Postsecondary Schools to an excellent financial aid professional in honor of CAPPS financial aid trainer and board member Norma Ford who passed […]

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Andrea Hernandez Dominguez

Empire Paralegal Graduate Awarded Nation’s Top Honor for Community Service

August 8, 2018

Congratulations to Empire College paralegal graduate Andrea Hernandez Dominguez, who has received national recognition from the White House for her volunteer service of more than 100 hours as a legal translator at the Sonoma County Small Claims Advisory Clinic. As the second-ever Empire College recipient of the President’s Volunteer Service Award, she was recently presented […]

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Empire Business School

Explore a Career in Public Law

March 5, 2018

Ever wondered what a career in the public law sector is really like? Professors Holly Rickett (Deputy County Counsel for the County of Sonoma) and Kathleen Pozzi (Sonoma County’s Public Defender) have organized a complimentary panel discussion for students, applicants, and new lawyers to explore careers in public service on Tuesday, March 13, 2018, from […]

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Empire College UPDATE – Classes Restart Tomorrow, 10/17/17

October 16, 2017

To everyone in our amazing Empire College community:Over the weekend, we attempted to call every student to ensure that they were safe and to ask about when they could return to school. The overwhelming response from the students we talked to was that they wanted to be back in their classes. Based on this response, […]

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