Brandman University opens new campus
March 18, 2013 by James
Brandman University in Riverside held a celebration last Friday, March 15, to mark the arrival of its new campus, located at 3550 Vine Street.
The celebration began at 10:00 am and included a ribbon-cutting ceremony and a speech from Mayor Pro Tem Andy Melendrez, as well as additional speeches from Chancellor Gary Brahm and other community representatives, including Cindy Roth, who is the President and CEO of the Greater Riverside Chamber of Commerce.
Kristen Plapis, Riverside Campus Director, said:
“While we are saddened to close the Moreno Valley Campus, where Brandman has been serving the community for over 15 years, this new location in Riverside allows us to better serve our students and faculty. Because we focus on serving non-traditional students with evening and online classes, this new location is ideal for busy working professionals in the Riverside area. We are thrilled about our new home.”
Opening ceremonies and other such community events often use banner printing at the celebration to make announcements and welcome guests. Openings of new campus locations and other large organizations, companies, or offices may also require various changes in their printed materials. For example, Brandman, which has moved its campus to a new address, may require brochure printers to make changes to informational materials provided to existing and prospective students.
Brandman’s Riverside campus actually opened services to students in January. It serves approximately 12,000 students located at 26 facilities throughout Washington and California and provides top ranking online programs nationwide.