• 85 Years 85 Artists Art Exhibition Opens to the Public
  • Menlo College Earns AACSB Accreditation
  • Menlo Student Divya Nag - Forbes Pick for 30 under 30
  • Honors Convocation Spring 2014
  • The Most Prolific Wide Receiver to Ever Play for Menlo, Nate Jackson ‘01, Returns to Campus

Menlo College’s Intensive English Program Receives Accreditation

January 29, 2014: The Menlo College Intensive English Program (IEP) has recently been sanctioned by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) in its “in good standing” accreditation of Menlo College. The IEP is now recognized as being wholly managed and run by Menlo College staff and faculty with all classes being held on the Menlo College campus. It is…

Pascaline Ujeneza’s Courage Brings Her from Rwanda to Menlo College

January 27, 2014: Courage—the ability and willingness to confront fear, pain, danger, uncertainty, or intimidation—is a word often used to describe the character of a leader. Pascaline Ujeneza's story is about her courage and strength, and what it has taken for her to get where she is today. A Management Information Systems (MIS) major at Menlo College, Pascaline…

The Oaks Press #3, Spring 2014 Now Online

January 27, 2014: The latest issue of The Oaks Press (#3, January 27 to February 2, 2014) is now available online. In this issue: A Message from the Editor Career Corner EPE Testing Dates Campus Events A Message from the Peer Counselors Tutor Lab, Writing Center, and Study Slam News Athletic News

Freshmen Awarded for Their Effort at Redwood City Salsa Festival

January 23, 2014: One-hundred-fifty Menlo College freshmen were recognized at a City of Redwood City council meeting in January for encouraging community giving, and improving the community under the tutelage of Dr. Marilyn Thomas, Dean of Arts and Sciences. The group of students coordinated the 6th Annual Salsa Festival, featuring a daylong showcase of Latin music, including salsa and jazz. The event drew…