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The National Hispanic University to sponsor SJ-PHI match
Quakes partner with NHU for Wednesday's match
 
 

The San Jose Earthquakes announced today that The National Hispanic University (NHU) will be the presenting sponsor for the Earthquakes game against the Philadelphia Union on September 15, 2010 at Buck Shaw Stadium. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. PT.

NHU invited 100 students to watch the game and participate in half-time show festivities. Dr. David López, president of NHU and member of the California Board of Education, will take part in the game’s kickoff.

“We are thrilled to mark the start of our celebrations for Hispanic Heritage Month at the San Jose Earthquakes game,” said Dr. López. “Soccer has both local and international appeal to people of all nationalities and languages, and it exemplifies the importance of teamwork and collaboration. We nurture these same qualities at NHU as we help our students develop their strengths through a quality educational experience.”

Additional events for Hispanic Heritage Month have been planned by NHU student groups, faculty departments and staff members in coordination with the City of San Jose Mexican Consulate, San Jose State University and Santa Clara University. A list of all activities and events is available online at www.vivemexicoensanjose.com.

About the National Hispanic University
The National Hispanic University was founded in 1981 to meet the education needs of Hispanic students. Today, NHU extends an affordable and quality education to more than 700 students. It offers a diverse portfolio of undergraduate, graduate, and certificate programs in business, education and information technology, delivered in a multicultural, collaborative and supportive learning environment. The 11-acre campus has excellent facilities located in California’s Silicon Valley. NHU is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.