Alliant International University outgrows its Irvine Campus, moves to a new location

San Diego, CA: To accommodate its more than 30% growth in enrollment over the past seven years, Alliant International University's Irvine campus has moved to a brand new location. With an additional 5,500 square feet, the new campus is located in the Jamboree Business Center at 2855 Michelle Drive.

To inaugurate the campus an Open House Reception is being held today, Thursday October 14, 2010, from 4:00pm-6:00pm. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community representatives will be in attendance to meet, reconnect, and take tours of the new campus. As always, the media is welcome to attend, check out the new campus, and enjoy light refreshments.

"It's exciting to see how our Irvine campus has grown over the years" says Alliant's President Geoffrey Cox, "I expect even more growth and great things to come out of Irvine in the future."

The Irvine campus is the fourth largest of Alliant's six California campuses, with an emphasis on applied psychology. The campus offers programs in Marital and Family Therapy, Forensic Studies, and Educational (School) Psychology. Evening classes are scheduled that allow working students to pursue a degree without having to take time away from their jobs.

About Alliant International University
Alliant International University is a WASC accredited private, non-profit university that emphasizes the practical application of theory and research to prepare students for professional careers in psychology, education, business and management, forensics, and law. Founded in 1924 and headquartered in San Diego and San Francisco, Alliant has additional campuses in Los Angeles, Irvine, Fresno, Sacramento, and Mexico City with accredited programs in Hong Kong and Tokyo. For more details, visit www.Alliant.edu.