36th Annual Commencement at Yakima Valley SunDome

Heritage University BSN Program to Hold Pinning Ceremony for Graduates

Heritage University  to Become Primary Provider of  “College in the  High School” for Yakima School District

Costco Co-Founder’s Foundation Selects First Cohort of Five Scholarship Recipients

Washington State Supreme Court Justice to Speak at  Heritage University Youth and Justice Forum

Heritage University Hosts Career Fair 2018

An upcoming event at Heritage University will connect Yakima Valley job seekers with more than 30 employers. Career Fair 2018 is free and open to the public and will also allow participants to network with other professionals.

Career Fair 2018, a collaboration between WorkSource Yakima and Heritage University, will also help employers learn more about opportunities to host interns and work with academic programs at Heritage. Attendees interested in graduate-level social work programs will have the opportunity to meet representatives from Eastern WA University, Seattle University, University of Washington and University of Washington Tacoma.

Career Fair 2018 will be held on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. in Smith Family Hall located in the Arts and Science Center on Heritage University’s main campus in Toppenish. Employers interested in participating in the event should contact Melissa Hill, interim vice president for Student Affairs, at (509) 865-0411 or hill_m@heritage.edu.

Heritage University Hosts Career Fair 2018

Heritage University’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program Expanding  Enrollment to Meet Growing Need for Highly Skilled Nurses

Two Accomplished Scientists to Speak at Heritage University  Event Showcasing Student Achievements