Faculty Spotlight – Meet Tracy Cagan

Student Tracy Cagan

Two things you need to know about Tracy Cagan right off the bat:

She’s our Respiratory Care Program Director at our Carrington College Mesa campus.
She’s a self proclaimed ‘Disneyholic’!

I spoke with Tracy to explore more about both of these topics and moreā€¦
So before we get started, a…

“Quitting Smoking is easy – I do it all the time!”

Stop Smoking

Unfortunately it’s true. People try to give up smoking regularly, the problem is that not many succeed for good. It’s an addiction, and tough to give up permanently, or as I like to say, “for life”. If you’re a smoker looking for inspiration and help quitting, why not join The Great American…

What is a master promissory note?

You will need to fill out a master promissory note if you want federal financial aid.

After completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, more commonly known as FAFSA, and determining your financial aid eligibility, you may be asked to sign a master promissory note (MPN) if you have chosen to borrow federal student loans. While it may sound complicated, filling out an…

Campus Spotlight – Stockton, CA

Carrington College Stockton Campus

The Carrington College California Stockton campus, located in California’s Central Valley, is the educational home of 380 students and 35 faculty and staff. I spoke with David Kaye, Campus Executive Director, and Anna Meli- Sandoval, Director of Enrollment Services, to learn more about life on…

5 Best jobs for people who are outgoing

Are you outgoing? You'll love these careers.

Have you always been outgoing? It’s a good characteristic to have. Being more of an extrovert than an introvert can help you navigate social situations and easily interact with people. It may seem like outgoing people would be well-equipped to perform any job, but there are some positions for…

Several California health laws passed or vetoed

California made health care news with a series of new measures governing the industry.

Early and mid-October were extremely busy times in the world of California health care, as several laws were either signed into law or vetoed at the end of the state’s legislative session. The numerous bills will have a wide-ranging effect on almost every aspect of the state’s health care…

Genetically Modified Food (GMO) – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

GMO Pro's and Con's

The debate continues whether genetically modified organisms are out to save the world or destroy it. But the argument from either side is far from cut-an-dry. Lear the backstory on a few of the most pressing issues.