Harold Weaver Speaks
On the History of Sierra College
Born in 1906, Harold Weaver arrived at Placer College as an instructor in 1938. In 1948, he was named College President, and would continue to serve the college as president until 1971. During his years in office, Placer College changed its name to Sierra College and moved its main campus from Auburn to Rocklin. In 1962, Nevada County joined a huge new Sierra Junior College District. Weaver Hall on the Rocklin campus is named in his honor. Harold Weaver passed away in 2002.