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Gibbs College of Boston has officially changes its name to Sanford-Brown College

June 9, 2011 General 0 Comments

Gibbs College of Boston has officially change its name to Sanford-Brown College - Boston. Boston City Council President, Michael Ross, will join the school’s Board of Trustees, faculty and students in unfurling the new Sanford-Brown College flag, and revealing the new sign for the historic building.

Richard E. Farmer, Ed.D., President of Gibbs College of Boston, will now also be the new president at the Sanford-Brown College-Boston campus.

“We are delighted that Gibbs College of Boston is becoming part of the Sanford-Brown College network.Becoming a member of the Sanford-Brown network gives us the opportunity to continue to provide the Boston metropolitan area with a high-quality academic institution focused on training professionals in the healthcare and business fields,” he added.

“Sanford-Brown Colleges are known for offering students real-world knowledge and practical skills. This is one reason we are such a great fit. For more than 140 years, Sanford-Brown institutions have been offering students modern equipment and technology with innovative, hands-on learning. Classes are taught by instructors, many with relevant professional experience in order to give students further insight into their chosen career path. This change assures that Gibbs College of Boston students will be able to continue learning the skills they need to pursue productive and satisfying careers,” added Farmer.

 

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