• College of the Desert Radio Station on the Move

    College of the Desert radio station, KCOD, is on the move. Literally. While it may be just a stones throw from the main campus, it’s a move that will give students real-world experience that can’t be measured in distance. It’s what is now the new home of KCOD, at Monterey and Park View in Palm […]

  • Roadrunners To Put Volleyball Alumni To Test

    College of the Desert (COD) Women’s Volleyball Program is calling all former Roadrunners back to the court. Nearly every High School in the valley will be represented on the College or the Alumni Side. COD is hosting an Alumni scrimmage Wednesday, August 22 on the Roadrunners home court. First Serve is set for 5:30 P.M. […]

  • College of the Desert Extends Tuition Free Program

    A program offering free tuition for Coachella Valley kids to attend College of the Desert campuses has been extended to include students graduating in 2019, the college announced today. The plEDGE program was launched in the summer of 2017, and provided free tuition for about 1,000 valley high school students that year, according to College […]

  • Fate of Palm Springs Mall Likely Weeks Away

    Around the year 2021, College of the Desert will plant its fifth flag, fulfilling a commitment to bring higher education to the west side of the Coachella Valley. KMIR got an exclusive look at the future sight of COD’s master plan, the Palm Springs Mall. Once upon a time, the Palm Springs Mall was bustling […]

  • Fire Damages Building on College of the Desert Campus

    Fire investigators Wednesday are looking into the cause of a fire inside a building on the College of the Desert campus in Palm Desert. Riverside County firefighters responded about 10:50 p.m. Tuesday to a fire alarm in the Early Childhood Education Building in the 43000 block of Monterey Avenue, said April Newman with the Fire […]

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