Heald College Company History Timeline

1863
Heald College was founded in 1863 by Edward Payson.
There are so many beginnings that started in 1863 that carry on today.
1906
While many San Francisco's were considering their next life move, Heald College's Stockton, California campus began as a business college in 1906.
A.P. Giannini, founder of Bank of America and was the first banker to offer credit to businesses and individuals in need of money to rebuild their lives after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and speed up the city's redevelopment.
1936
Trader Vic Bergeron, famous restaurateur - launched the tiki-tacky Polynesian concept in the Bay area in 1936 and is not confirmed the original creator of the drink Mai Tai.
1963
In 1963 the Cliff House Restaurant opened their doors on a location made of solid rock with what is now a billion dollar view.
2007
Then, in 2007, the non-profit institution was taken over by a private investor group, meaning that it subsequently became a for-profit college.
2009
In November 2009 Heald College's parent company was bought by Corinthian Colleges, Inc. for the sum of 395 million.
2011
At the same time, it was announced that plans had been made to start offering online-only courses in 2011.
2012
2012 was the last year when the school gave students an opportunity to complete full online degrees.
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