Celebrating Our Centennial

As Hartnell College continues its Centennial Celebration throughout 2020, we hope you will share our pride in a Century of Excellence, Service and Transformation and join with us as we reflect on our history and look ahead to a bright future.

Visit our Alumni pages for more information on our celebration, to read and share alumni stories and to find out how you can involved as a member of the Hartnell College Community.

By donating to the Student Success Fund at the Hartnell College Foundation, you help ensure the success of Hartnell’s remarkable students. In the video below, students share their plans and express how scholarship support is helping them achieve their educational and career goals.

Your dollars will go toward scholarships, emergency assistance, student support programs and other areas of the greatest need at Hartnell. A contribution of any amount will make a difference in our students’ lives, whether one time or recurring annually. Thank you!

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WOW-CON: Women of WELI Connect!

An awesome way to connect with your community and make a difference in the lives of women seeking to improve their futures through education. Why WOW-CON? Due to the global pandemic, we will need to wait until 2021 to come together and celebrate the...

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Chemistry Student Receives National Scholarship Award

Former Hartnell student Jose Ramirez came to a crossroads in life six years ago as he prepared for enlistment in the U.S. Marines. Although intending to become a communications specialist with an infantry unit, Ramirez opted to begin college instead. As a...

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