Classes Remain Online Through Spring Semester
Cuesta College classes are to remain fully online through the spring semester after federal social-distancing guidelines were extended to Apr. 30.
Board of Trustees Affirms State of Emergency
On Mar. 18, the Cuesta College Board of Trustees held an emergency meeting in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Classes Suspended Mar. 16 - 18
Classes are suspended, and will not meet, Monday, Mar. 16 through Wednesday, Mar. 18.
Cancellation of Events
All non-essential large events and gatherings held at Cuesta College through Apr. 12 are postponed or canceled.
Dr. Jason Curtis Named Vice President of Academic Affairs
On Mar. 4, Cuesta College's Board of Trustees approved Dr. Jason Curtis as the Cuesta College Assistant Superintendent / Vice President of Academic Affairs.
2020 Women of Distinction Award Honorees
Cuesta College and The Community Foundation SLO County's Women's Legacy Fund announce the recipients of the 2020 Women of Distinction awards.
"Hold on To Hope" with Jenny Mulks
Speaker Jenny Mulks presents an interactive presentation "Hold on to Hope" at Cuesta College on Mar. 10.
Linda Holmes to Speak at Cuesta
Author and activist Linda Holmes brings her keynote lecture "Listen To Me Good: Women's Health, Legendary African American Midwives, and Student Activism in Black Communities" to Cuesta College
Cuesta's 21-Day Challenge
Cuesta College invites the local community to participate in the 21-Day Racial Equity and Social Justice Challenge beginning Feb 24.
Ceramic Art Exhibit at Cuesta College
The Miossi Art Gallery hosts Amanda Gentry's contemporary ceramic exhibit Murmuration from Mar 5 through Apr 3.