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1 CALIFORNIA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES A Guide to California s Degree-Granting Institutions and Degree, Certificate, and Credential Programs CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION 770 L Street Suite 1160 Sacramento, California

2 COMMISSION REPORT PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 2006 This report, like other publications of the California Postsecondary Education Commission, is not copyrighted. It may be reproduced in the public interest, but proper attribution to Report of the California Postsecondary Education Commission is requested.

3 Table of Contents Introduction... 5 Part 1: The Institutions California Community Colleges...9 California State University University of California Other Public Institutions WASC-Accredited Independent Institutions State Approved and Exempt Institutions Part 2: The Programs Programs Offered Part 3: Index Index

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5 Introduction Introduction Californians can earn college degrees or certificates or get jobrelated training at a variety of institutions both public and private, throughout the state. The variety of institutions, programs, degrees and other educational choices is wide. This Guide will help you identify options that suit your needs. Please keep in mind that inclusion of an institution in this Guide does not imply an endorsement of its courses, degrees or educational outcomes. Some important facts about going to college It is never too soon or too late to benefit from college or education beyond high school. Younger students and their families should start planning as soon as possible. Saving for college should start when a child is born, and building a good academic record becomes increasingly important as students enter middle and high school. Returning or adult students also need to look at every option. Here are some facts to consider: Entrance requirements and deadlines All institutions have application deadlines and many have very specific general entrance requirements, including completion of certain courses and tests. Some have residency requirements. Find out now what these requirements are for all schools under consideration. Check with counselors and the institutions you want to attend. This Guide lists addresses, phone numbers, and websites for institutions across the state. Higher Education costs and financial aid The cost of education beyond high school varies widely, depending on factors like the course of study, institution selected, and the educational objective. Saving to pay for college is important, but financial aid is available to many California students. Aid may come directly from the school or college, the state, or the federal government. Find out if you qualify for financial assistance. See a counselor. Ask for more information about aid from the institutions you are considering attending. More information is available in this Guide and from: California Student Aid Commission PO Box Rancho Cordova, CA (888) Federal Student Aid Information Center PO Box 84 Washington, DC studentaid.ed.gov/portalswebapp/ students/english/index.jsp Golden State ScholarShare SAV-4 EDU ( ) EdFund FFELP ( ) Academic support and outreach programs There are many programs that help students prepare for higher education. Ask your counselor or contact colleges about such programs in your community. More information and assistance is available online at: First choose Useful Links from the menu at the top. Then select Information for Parents and Students, then College Preparation and Outreach from the list, and then click on the Get Links button for a list of web sites Residency Requirements California s public colleges and universities distinguish between residents and nonresidents for tuition purposes. State residents historically have been charged fees but not tuition. Nonresident students, however, pay both fees and tuition. The California Community Colleges (CCC) and the California State University (CSU) apply rules set by State statute in determining students residency status for tuition purposes, while the University of California (UC) has developed a separate and stricter set of residency rules. It is important to remember that because changes may be made at any time, and there are exceptions to rules, you should always check with the campus you are considering. How To Get Facts About Your Residency A student s residence is determined at the campus level. Therefore, campus officials can give you the most accurate advice on residence issues. If you have specific questions about your residency status, please read the statements of resi- California Postsecondary Education Commission 5

6 Introduction dency requirements published in the catalog of the public institution you plan to attend or contact the official who has been designated to make residency determinations for that institution. For residency information at a community college campus, contact the Admission s Officer of the campus. For residency information at a state university, contact the campus Residence Clerk in the Admissions Office. For residency information at a university campus, contact the Residence Deputy or Residence Affairs Officer who is located in the campus Registrar s Office. Such individuals can give you more accurate advice and also provide more precise information than anyone else. Accreditation Accrediting agencies are private educational associations of regional or national scope that develop criteria and conduct peer evaluations to assess whether or not those criteria are met. Institutions or programs that meet an agency s criteria are thereby accredited. Accreditation does not provide automatic acceptance by one institution of credit earned at another institution, nor does it give assurance of acceptance of graduates by employers. Acceptance of students or graduates is always the prerogative of the receiving institution or employer. For these reasons, besides ascertaining the accredited status of a school or program, students should take additional measures to determine, prior to enrollment, whether or not their educational goals will be met through attendance at a particular institution. These measures should include inquiries to institutions to which transfer might be desired, or to prospective employers and, if possible, personal inspection of the institution at which enrollment is contemplated. To ensure a basic level of quality, accrediting associations of regional or national scope have adopted criteria reflecting the qualities of a sound educational program and have developed procedures for evaluating institutions or programs to determine whether or not they are operating at basic levels of quality. Types of accreditation The two basic types of educational accreditation are: 1) institutional, and 2) specialized or programmatic. Institutional accreditation applies to an entire institution, indicating that each of its parts is contributing to the achievement of the institution s objectives, although not necessarily all at the same level of quality. The various commissions of the regional accrediting associations, for example, perform institutional accreditation, as do many national accrediting agencies. Specialized or programmatic accreditation applies to programs, departments, or schools that are parts of an institution. Most of the specialized or programmatic accrediting agencies review units within an institution of higher education that is accredited by one of the regional accrediting commissions. However, certain accrediting agencies also accredit professional schools and other specialized or vocational institutions of higher education that are freestanding in their operations. How to use the Guide to California Colleges and Universities This guide is divided into three parts designed for locating information about higher education in a number of ways. Part I --- In this section you can look up the name of the campus you are considering attending. All of California s degree-granting colleges and universities are described and listed in alphabetical order under the following six categories: 1. California Community Colleges open-access public institutions that offer two-year academic degrees, vocational training, and adult education. (Page 9) 2. The California State University public university campuses that award bachelor s, master s and education doctoral degrees, plus joint doctoral with other universities. (Page 13) 3. University of California public university campuses that offer bachelor s, master s and doctoral degrees. (Page 55) 4. Other Public Institutions Hastings College of the Law and the Naval Postgraduate School, public institutions that have their own governing body and that are supported with funding appropriated by either the State or federal government. (Page 61) 5. Independent Colleges and Universities non-state-supported institutions that are accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. (Page 63) 6. Private State-Approved and Exempt Institutions schools, colleges, and universities approved by the California Department of Consumer Affairs, Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational 6 California Postsecondary Education Commission

7 Introduction Education (BPPVE) the State agency that approves private institutions not accredited by WASC. (Page 105) Part II This section contains specific programs such as Journalism or Computer Engineering. Institutions that offer each program are listed under that heading. Part III The last portion of this Guide is an index. Use this section to locate schools, programs, towns with campuses, military bases with off-campus centers, and virtually any other topic covered in this Guide. The institutions or their central offices provided much of the information for this Guide. Other data came from various accrediting agencies and other sources. Reproduction of that information here does not constitute or imply a Commission endorsement. Prospective students should thoroughly research all options before selecting any educational course, institution, or program. California Postsecondary Education Commission 7

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9 Part 1: California Community Colleges Governance and Administration California Community Colleges Many educational options are offered by the California Community Colleges, including academic and vocational training programs that lead to occupational certifi- cates, Associate of Arts or Science degrees, and transfer programs. There are 109 community colleges and many off-campus centers that are administered by 71 districts located throughout the state. These campuses serve more than 2.5 million students every year. Community college campuses are designed and intended to be close to the state s primary residential centers and within easy driving distance for most students. A California resident may attend any community college campus in the state. Community college students can complete the first two years of a university education and, if they meet certain requirements, can transfer to the California State Uni- versity, the University of California, or an independent institution to complete a four-year (bachelor) degree. The community colleges also offer remedial instruction in conjunction with local school districts, instruction in English as a second language, adult non-credit instruction, and support services to help students succeed at the postsecondary level. Admission, residency requirements By law, the California Community Colleges are required to admit any California resident who graduated from high school, and may admit those who have not graduated but are over 18 years of age and can benefit from the instruction offered. The community colleges may also admit any nonresident possessing a high school diploma or the equivalent. More information about residency requirements for fee and tuition purposes can be found in this Guide on page 5. Fees and cost of attendance As of the 2007 spring tern, the fee for California residents will be $600 for a full-time student; non-residents will pay $4809. Additional information can be found at: Housing Eleven community colleges have on-campus dormitory facilities: College of the Redwoods College of the Siskiyous Columbia College Lassen College Reedley College Santa Rosa Junior College Shasta College Sierra College Taft College West Hills College Yuba College Governance and Administration The 16-member Board of Governors of the California Community Col- the local college(s). The source of leges is responsible for setting policy and providing guidance for the districts and colleges in the system. The Board is appointed by the governor and selects a Chancellor as chief systemwide executive officer. Each of the 71 community college districts in the state has a locallyelected Board of Trustees, responsive to local community needs and charged with the operations of the information on this page is the California Community Colleges Chancellor s Office. California Community Colleges Chancellor s Office 1102 Q Street Sacramento, CA Phone: (9l6) Note: The notation NA is used to indicate information that was either not available or not applicable. California Postsecondary Education Commission 9

10 Part 1: California Community Colleges Map of California Community College Campuses Map of California Community College Campuses College of the Siskiyous Shasta Colleg e Colleg e of the Redwoods Mendocino College Lassen Community College American River College Sacramento City Colleg e Cosumnes River College San Joaq uin Delta College M odesto Junior College Merced College Hartnell College Monterey Peninsula Colleg e West Hills College West Hills College at Lemoore Cuesta Colleg e Bakersfield College Allan Hancock College Taft College Santa Barbara City College Chaffey Community College MiraCosta College San Dieg o Miramar Colleg e San Dieg o Mesa Colleg e Sierra College San Bernardino Valley College Riverside City College Mt. San Jacinto College Feather River College Butte Community College Yuba College Lake Tahoe Community College Folsom Lake College Columbia College Fresno City Colleg e Reedley College Colleg e of the Seq uoias Porterville College Cerro Coso Community College Barstow College Victor Valley College Crafton Hills College Copper Mountain College College of the Desert Palo Verde College Imperial Valley College San Diego City College Southwestern College Cuyamaca College Grossmont College 10 California Postsecondary Education Commission

11 Part 1: California Community Colleges Map of California Community College Campuses San Francisco Bay Area Map of California Community College Campuses San Francisco Bay Area Santa Rosa Junior Colleg e Napa Valley College Contra Costa College Solano Community College Colleg e of M arin Diablo Valley College Berkeley City College Los Medanos College Laney College City College of San Francisco Colleg e of Alameda Skyline College Chabot College Merritt College Las Positas College College of San Mateo Ohlone College Cañada College Mission College Foothill College San Jose City College Evergreen Valley College De Anza College Gavilan College West Valley College Cabrillo College California Postsecondary Education Commission 11

12 Part 1: California Community Colleges Map of California Community College Campuses Los Angeles Area Map of California Community College Campuses Los Angeles Area Moorpark Colleg e Colleg e of the Canyons Antelope Valley College Ventura College Los Angeles Mission College Oxnard College Glendale Community Colleg e Los Angeles City College Los Angeles Pierce College Los Angeles Valley College Santa Monica Colleg e West Los Angeles College Los Angeles Trade-Technical College Pasadena City College Citrus College East Los Angeles College Mt. San Antonio College Los Angeles Southwest College Rio Hondo College El Camino College Los Angeles Harbor College Cerritos College Fullerton College Long Beach City College Santiago Canyon College Cypress College Santa Ana College Golden West College Coastline Community College Orange Coast College Saddleback College Irvine Valley College 12 California Postsecondary Education Commission

13 Part 1: California Community Colleges Bakersfield College Allan Hancock College 800 South College Drive Santa Maria, CA Santa Barbara County Allan Hancock Joint Community College District (805) Dr. José M. Ortiz, President Degrees Offered: Associate Number of Programs Offered: 53 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 14,319 Nursing Established in 1920 Allan Hancock College serves northern Santa Barbara County with campuses in Santa Maria, Lompoc, and Vandenberg Air Force Base. It offers a comprehensive selection of occupational, transfer, and community education classes, and it is particularly known for its theatre arts program. Student services, extracurricular activities, and intercollegiate sports are available to its diverse student body. Prospective students in the Lompoc, Vandenberg Air Force Base, and Santa Ynez areas can call (800) toll-free. Disability Services: Students who have a verifiable disability or serious health limitation that affects their ability to be successful at the college, may be eligible for services. Participation in the program is voluntary, and most services are free. For more information: (805) Lompoc Valley Center One Hancock Drive Lompoc, CA (805) Ext Solvang Village Square 320 Alisal Road Suite 306 Solvang, CA (805) Vandenberg Air Force Base Center Wyoming Avenue Vandenberg Air Force Base, CA (805) American River College 4700 College Oak Drive Sacramento, CA Sacramento County Los Rios Community College District (916) TDD: (916) Dr. David Viar, President Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 82 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 31,050 Other : Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic Nursing Established in 1955 American River College is located on the northeast side of Sacramento, providing service to Citrus Heights, Orangevale, Fair Oaks, Carmichael, Arden, North Highlands, and Natomas. It offers a comprehensive selection of occupational and transfer education programs and is recognized for its programs in electronics, science, engineering, and data processing. It also provides many specialized student services, including counseling, assessment, financial aid, and cultural and athletic activities. Disability Services: A variety of services are available at no additional cost to the student with a disability. Specialized counseling services, interpreters for the deaf, tutors, note takers, readers, test facilitators, and mobility aids are provided upon request. For more information: (916) American River College -- Ethan Way Center 1410 Ethan Way Sacramento, CA (916) American River College -- Natomas Center 3301 Rosin Blvd. San Juan & Truxel Roads Sacramento, CA (916) American River College -- Sunrise Center Bella Vista High School 8301 Madison Avenue Fair Oaks, CA (916) Antelope Valley College 3041 West Avenue K Lancaster, CA Antelope Valley Community College District (661) TDD: (661) Dr. Jackie L. Fisher Sr., President Degrees Offered: Associate Number of Programs Offered: 25 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 12,089 Nursing Established in 1929 Located in Southern California s high desert, Antelope Valley College offers a wide range of courses to prepare students for occupations or for transfer to fouryear colleges and universities. These include aeronautics, automotive technology, computer graphics, early childhood education, music, registered nursing, and small business management. In addition, the college has a proud tradition of men s and women s intercollegiate athletic teams. The 125- acre campus features an art gallery, black-box theater, gymnasium, indoor swimming pool, and stadium. The most recent additions include a new administration building and a two-story library. Plans are underway for a second college campus in the city of Palmdale. Disability Services: The Disabled Student Services Program provides special services to students with physical, communication, learning, and psychological disabilities which handicap them educationally or vocationally. For more information: (661) Bakersfield College 1801 Panorama Drive Bakersfield, CA Kern County Kern Community College District (661) California Postsecondary Education Commission 13

14 Part 1: California Community Colleges Barstow College Dr. William Andrews, President Degrees Offered: Associate Number of Programs Offered: 51 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 14,838 Education: Radiologic Technology Nursing Established in 1913 One of California s first junior colleges, Bakersfield College is located in the rich agricultural and oil field center of the San Joaquin Valley. It offers career and transfer programs, vocational certificate programs, and a wide choice of community service classes. A 153-acre campus houses 16 academic buildings and a 20,000-seat memorial stadium. Disability Services: Supportive Services assists the campus in providing equal access for students with disabilities to the educational activities of Bakersfield College. For more information: (661) Delano Center 1942 Randolph Street Delano, CA (661) Barstow College 2700 Barstow Road Barstow, CA San Bernardino County Barstow Community College District (760) Dr. Clifford M. Brock, President Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 32 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 3,086 : NA Established in 1959 In the middle of the Mojave Desert between Los Angeles and Las Vegas, Barstow College sits on 160 acres of green oasis, an ideal setting for student learning. There are nine main buildings including a childcare center, gymnasium, fitness center, a comfortable meeting hall and performing arts facility, and a new 28,000 square foot state-of-the-art Library Learning Resource Center. Also available are labs in computer, biology, chemistry, and earth sciences. Disability Services: Services provided include: assessment; orientation; academic counseling; program development; Student Education Contract (S.E.C.) development; registration assistance; priority registration; matriculation assistance; special classes; instructional aides; close monitoring of class work; test taking assistance; test taking intervention; tutorial services; intepreters for the hearing impaired; readers for the visually impaired; note takers for the hearing and visually impaired; mobility assistance; speech services for students with verified speech disabilities; personal counseling; crisis counseling; advocacy; 30 unit waiver for LD and ABI students; special equipment; special parking; a Department of Rehabilitation liaison. For more information: (760) Berkeley City College 2020 Milvia Street Berkeley, CA Alameda County Peralta Community College District (510) TDD: (510) berkeley.peralta.edu/homex.asp?q=hom epage Dr. Judy Walters, President Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 92 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 3,927 : NA Established in 1974 Vista Community College in Berkeley is part of the Peralta Community College District. It offers university transfer, occupational education, and basic skills programs in a unique set of special schedules and programs designed to maximize student access. Vista holds classes at its site, on the UC Berkeley campus, and at selected community locations. An Afternoon College and an Evening College provide a non-conflicting, two-year schedule for students to complete most transferable, associate-degree programs offered at the college, and PACE allows working adults to complete an articulated, transferable liberal arts associate degree in two and one-half years. Vista s advanced computer center offers an applied computer information systems major, Novell network training, and a variety of current business software applications, including desktop publishing. Other occupational programs include American Sign Language, business administration, office technology, international trade, and travel. The Vista biotechnology technician program offers a strong Contract Education Program, and its centers for international trade development and small business development provide a one-stop resource for Alameda County businesses and entrepreneurs. Career, transfer, academic, and financial aid counseling are available. Disability Services: Disability-related services are identified by both student and counselor and are provided on an individual basis. Services may include registration assistance, interpreters, readers and special testing arrangements. Special equipment and taped texts also are available. For more information: (510) Information current as of 11/13/2006. Butte Community College 3536 Butte Campus Drive Oroville, CA Butte County Butte-Glenn Community College District (530) Dr. Diana Van Der Ploeg, President Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 52 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 15,300 Other : Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic Nursing Established in 1967 Butte College offers both vocational and transfer education programs in a friendly and harmonious environment. It is a 14 California Postsecondary Education Commission

15 Part 1: California Community Colleges Cerritos College 940-acre campus on rolling, oak-studded land midway between Chico and Oroville, in Northern California. Disability Services: Support and assistance is provided to students with a documented disability. Services or programs are individualized and based upon specific educational limitations. For more information: (530) Chico Center 260 Cohasset Road Chico, CA (530) Glenn County Center 119 North Butte Street Willows, CA (530) Cabrillo College 6500 Soquel Drive Aptos, CA Santa Cruz County Cabrillo Community College District (831) TDD: (831) Brian King, President Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 39 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 14,794 Education: Radiologic Technology, Dental and Dental Auxiliary Programs Other : Medical Assistant Nursing Established in 1959 Cabrillo College is a public two-year community college that serves the Santa Cruz County area. Among the facilities on its 162-acre campus, located in Aptos on hills overlooking Monterey Bay, are a college center, theater, library, gymnasium, swimming pool, and stadium. Cabrillo provides a wide range of classes and services. Its two-year academic programs lead to Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees and prepare students to transfer to four-year colleges and universities. One- and two-year occupational programs prepare students for employment upon leaving college or for better or higher paying jobs. Disability Services: The Disabled Students Program and Services (DSPS) offers a variety of services to enable students with disabilities to function independently in the educational environment. The objective is to integrate and mainstream students with disabilities into general campus programs and activities. For more information: (831) Watsonville Center 318 Union Street Wastsonville, CA (831) Cañada College 4200 Farm Hill Boulevard Redwood City, CA San Mateo County San Mateo County Community College District (650) Tom Mohr, Interim President Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 44 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 6,273 Education: Radiologic Technology Established in 1968 Cañada College is on a 131-acre site located in the western foothills of Redwood City and overlooking San Francisco Bay. It is one of three community colleges in the San Mateo County Community College District. Its primary service area is the southern portion of the County. Instructional offerings include the arts, sciences, and humanities, as well as occupational subjects. Courses are offered through a variety of instructional systems and learning environments. Disability Services: DSPS offers a range of services to students with varying disabilities, including physical and learning disabilities. The program encourages the active participation of disabled students by serving as an information, counseling and academic center. For more information: (650) Menlo Park Center 1200 O Brien Drive Menlo Park, CA (650) Small Business Development Center Redwood City Center Plaza 900 Main Middlefield Redwood City, CA (650) Cerritos College Alondra Boulevard Norwalk, CA Cerritos Community College District (562) TDD: (562) Dr. Noelia Vela, President Degrees Offered: Associate Number of Programs Offered: 61 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 23,544 Education: Nursing, Physical Therapy, Dental and Dental Auxiliary Programs Nursing Established in 1955 Serving southeast, Cerritos College is located on a 135-acre campus. Students may take classes toward degrees in vocational programs and programs that are transferable to four-year universities and colleges. Cerritos has health care, technology, fine and performing arts, liberal arts, and the sciences as well as men s and women s athletic programs. Disability Services: Students with limitations due to a disability may receive support services and instruction from one or more of seven specialized programs at Cerritos College. For more information: (562) Ext California Postsecondary Education Commission 15

16 Part 1: California Community Colleges Cerro Coso Community College Cerro Coso Community College 3000 College Heights Boulevard Ridgecrest, CA Kern County Kern Community College District (760) Dr. Sharon K. Dyer, President Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 23 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 4,565 Nursing Established in 1973 Cerro Coso Community College is located on a 160-acre site at Ridgecrest in the upper Mojave Desert at an elevation of 2,800 feet, overlooking the entire Indian Wells Valley and the Sierra Nevada, Coso, Panamint, and Argus Mountain Ranges. It serves over 12,000 square miles of desert, mountain, and valley communities in four counties, including Bishop, Boron, California City, Edwards Air Force Base, Inyokern, Kernville, Lake Isabella, Lone Pine, Mammoth Lakes, Mojave, and Trona, as well as Ridgecrest. Disability Services: The Special Services Program combines the services for the learning and economically disadvantaged (EOPS-CARE- CalWORKs) with those services offered to people having various types of disabilities (DSPS). Services are rendered through a support team assigned to each student. For more information: (760) Eastern Sierra College Center, Bishop Campus 4090 W Line Street Bishop, CA (760) Eastern Sierra College Center, Mammoth Campus 100 College Parkway Mammoth Lakes, CA (760) Indian Wells Valley Campus 3000 College Heights Boulevard Ridgecrest, CA (760) Kern River Valley Campus 5520 Lake Isabella Boulevard Lake Isabella, CA (760) South Kern Campus 140 Methusa Avenue Bldg Edwards Air Force Base, CA (661) Chabot College Hesperian Boulevard Hayward, CA Alameda County Chabot-Las Positas Community College District (510) TDD: (510) Dr. Robert E. Carlson, President Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 41 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 14,124 Education: Dental and Dental Auxiliary Programs Other : Medical Assistant Nursing Established in 1961 Chabot College is known for its academic excellence and program diversity. It continues to remain a leader in the number of students it transfers to four-year institutions. Located in a metropolitan area, the college is close to events and activities offered throughout the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Its 98-acre site has been recently renovated to meet the needs of students with disabilities. Disability Services: The DSRC offers support services for students with disabilities. Counselors will assist students with academic, vocational, and personal counseling needs. For more information: (510) Chaffey Community College 5885 Haven Avenue Rancho Cucamonga, CA San Bernardino County Chaffey Community College District (909) Dr. Marie Kane, President Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 56 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 18,082 Education: Dietetics, Nursing, Radiologic Technology, Dental and Dental Auxiliary Programs Nursing Established in 1883 Chaffey College is in the west end of San Bernardino County. Located above a growing suburban valley, Chaffey offers a full array of transfer, occupational, and remedial programs complemented by viable student support services. Chaffey has long been recognized for the quality of its graduates in upper-division university study and in the workplace. Disability Services: Chaffey is committed to serving people with developmental, learning, physical, communicative, psychological disabilities and acquired brain injuries, who desire postsecondary academic or vocational education. For more information: (909) Caffey College Chino Information Technology Center Seventh Street Chino, CA (909) Chaffey College Chino Center Central Avenue Chino, CA (909) Chaffey College Fontana Center Merrill Avenue Fontana, CA (909) California Postsecondary Education Commission

17 Part 1: California Community Colleges Coastline Community College Chaffey College Ontario Center 208 West Emporia Avenue Ontario, CA (909) Citrus College 1000 West Foothill Boulevard Glendora, CA Citrus Community College District (626) Dr. Michael J. Viera, Superintendent/President Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 52 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 13,545 Education: Dental and Dental Auxiliary Programs Nursing Established in 1915 Citrus College provides many vocational and academic programs. Near the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, its facilities on the 104-acre campus include a college center, a 1,500-seat performing arts center, library, gymnasium, swimming pool, stadium, art gallery, planetarium, child development center, and a state-of-the-art computer center. Disability Services: Specialized assessment and diagnosis of learning disabilities. Academic accommodations for students with disabilities including note taking, testing, tutoring, campus/community liaison, sign language interpreting, reader services, adapted physical education, textbooks on tape, priority registration and more. For more information: (626) City College of San Francisco 50 Phelan Avenue San Francisco, CA San Francisco County San Francisco Community College District (415) Dr. Philip R. Day Jr., Chancellor Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 83 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 31,304 Education: Radiologic Technology, Dental and Dental Auxiliary Programs Other : Culinary Arts, Medical Assistant Nursing Established in 1935 City College of San Francisco is a community of students and faculty members working together. Its diverse ethnic and cultural makeup provides an extra dimension to the learning process and enables students, staff, and faculty to learn from each other. Through vocational, occupational, and transfer programs, it produces well-qualified individuals for the work force and is successful in sending transfer students to four-year institutions. Disability Services: Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPS) offers supportive services and classes for students with a wide range of disabilities. Emphasis is given to those services which allow the student with disabilities to fully participate in all regular academic and vocational programs for which they are otherwise qualified. For more information: (415) Alemany Campus Center 750 Eddy Street San Francisco, CA (415) Castro/Valencia Campus James Lick Middle School 1220 Noe Street at 25th Street San Francisco, CA (415) Chinatown/North Beach Campus 950 Filbert Street San Francisco, CA (415) Downtown Campus 800 Mission Street San Francisco, CA (415) Evans Campus 1400 Evans Avenue San Francisco, CA (415) John Adams Campus 1860 Hayes Street San Francisco, CA (415) Mission Center 106 Bartlett Street San Francisco, CA (415) Southeast Campus Center 1800 Oakdale Avenue San Francisco, CA (415) Coastline Community College Warner Avenue Fountain Valley, CA Orange County Coast Community College District (714) TDD: (714) coastline.cccd.edu/ Dr. Ding-Jo H. Currie, President Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 20 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 9,939 : NA Established in 1976 Coastline Community College is one of three colleges serving the Coast Community College District in north coastal Orange County. Some 1,400 classes are taught at more than 80 neighborhood locations as well as four area centers. Partnerships with area businesses and industries form the basis of its occupational curricula, but it also offers the associate of arts degree and various programs for students who wish to transfer to four-year institutions. Coastline is a pioneer in the design, production, and marketing of telecourses. Disability Services: CCC students who have a verified disability are invited to request assistance from Special Programs and Services for the Disabled. California Postsecondary Education Commission 17

18 Part 1: California Community Colleges College of Alameda These support services include registration assistance, interpreters for the hearing impaired, special material and equipment (i.e., tape recorders, enlarged print, taped texts), academic and career counseling, note taking, readers, tutoring and test proctoring. For more information: (714) College of Alameda 555 Atlantic Avenue Alameda, CA Alameda County Peralta Community College District (510) Dr. Cecilia Y. M. Cervantes, President Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 51 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 5,568 Education: Dental and Dental Auxiliary Programs Established in 1970 College of Alameda is located on a 62- acre campus close to downtown Oakland. Students may improve job skills, study for a career, transfer to a four-year institution, or increase their general knowledge. Many student services are available including skills testing and assessment, counseling, tutoring, financial aid, child care, crisis intervention, transfer assistance, and job placement. Disability Services: Programs and Services for Students with Disabilities provides educational and vocational support services for students with disabilities who are enrolled in classes at College of Alameda. For more information: (510) Information current as of 11/21/2006. College of Marin 835 College Avenue Kentfield, CA Marin County Marin Community College District (415) Dr. Frances L. White, President Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 39 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 6,529 Education: Nursing, Dental and Dental Auxiliary Programs Nursing Established in 1926 College of Marin is a comprehensive community college located on two campuses in Marin County, across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco. The college has a high percentage of students who transfer to the University of California Berkeley and other four-year colleges and universities. It also has over 30 vocational programs that prepare students for immediate employment in such diverse careers as administration of justice, auto technology, court reporting, electronics technology, and registered nursing. Disability Services: College of Marin s Disabled Students Program (DSPS) offers many services and classes to students with disabilities to ensure a successful and productive educational experience. For more information: (415) Indian Valley Campus 1800 Ignacio Boulevard Novato, CA (415) College of San Mateo 1700 West Hillsdale Boulevard San Mateo, CA San Mateo County San Mateo County Community College District (650) collegeofsanmateo.edu/ Dr. Shirley J. Kelly, President Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 42 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 10,758 Education: Dental and Dental Auxiliary Programs Nursing Established in 1922 College of San Mateo, situated on a 153- acre site in the San Mateo hills,lies in the San Francisco Bay Area. It offers a wide range of transfer and occupational classes to its large and diverse student population. Among its noted programs are aeronautics, business, computer science, electronics, engineering, horticulture, mathematics, multimedia, nursing, and photography. Support services include a childcare center, career services center and numerous skill centers. Information regarding a wide range of telecourses, on-line classes, and training classes for apprenticeship programs may be obtained by calling the college at (650) or by visiting Disability Services: Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSP&S) provides specialized support services depending on the individual student needs. For more information: (650) College of the Canyons Rockwell Canyon Road Santa Clarita, CA Santa Clarita Community College District (661) TDD: (661) Dr. Dianne G. Van Hook, Superintendent/President Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 32 Calendar: Enrollment in Fall 2005: 18,025 Education: Nursing Nursing Established in 1969 College of the Canyons is located in the northwest section of Los Angeles County, and serves the residents of the 365-square-mile Santa Clarita Valley. 18 California Postsecondary Education Commission

19 Part 1: California Community Colleges College of the Sequoias The college awards associate degrees in academic areas that enable students to transfer to four-year colleges and universities, and degrees and certificates in vocational and occupational programs. Support services include a Career Center, Child Development Center, Health Center, and Transfer Center. The college transfers a high proportion of its students to California State University and University of California campuses. Disability Services: COC provides services for students with disabilities in compliance with the American Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of For more information: (661) Canyon Country Access Center Soledad Canyon Road Suite 101 Canyon Country, CA (661) College of the Desert Monterey Avenue Palm Desert, CA Riverside County Desert Community College District (760) collegeofthedesert.edu/ Dr. Maria C. Sheehan, Superintendent/President Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 39 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 9,986 Education: Nursing Nursing Established in 1958 The College of the Desert is the educational and cultural center of the Coachella Valley, whose burgeoning economy is primarily supported by tourism and agriculture. Comprehensive offerings, strong vocational programs, high academic standards, and intensive developmental programs typify the college. Besides academic programs, skills training programs qualify students for employment in many vocations, including registered nursing, entertainment, ornamental horticulture, chef, and hotel and country club management. Disability Services: Qualified students with disabilities are served by specialists in learning disabilities, physical disabilities, speech, adapted technology, physical activity, counseling and job development. For more information: (760) Eastern Valley Center Monroe Street Indio, CA (760) Western Valley Center Palm Springs High School 2401 E. Baristo Road Palm Springs, CA (760) College of the Redwoods 7351 Tompkins Hill Road Eureka, CA Humboldt County Redwoods Community College District (800) TDD: (707) Dr. Casey Crabill, President Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 42 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 6,521 Education: Dental and Dental Auxiliary Programs Nursing Established in 1964 College of the Redwoods is located on the Northern California Pacific Coast, covering a geographic area from 190 miles north of San Francisco to the Oregon border. The college offers Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees, as well as lowerdivision general education classes and academic major prerequisites needed for transfer to four-year colleges and universities. The college also offers classes which qualify students for proficiency certificates in over 40 career and occupational areas. Disability Services: The primary function of the DSPS Office is to accommodate a person s disabling condition and empower that individual to successfully participate in the educational experience at College of the Redwoods. For more information: (707) Arcata Instructional Site 100 Ericson Court Arcata, CA (707) Del Norte Campus Center 883 West Washington Boulevard Crescent City, CA (707) Klamath Trinity Branch Campus P.O. Box 1388 Hoopa, CA (530) Mendocino Coast Campus Center 1211 Del Mar Drive Fort Bragg, CA (707) College of the Sequoias 915 South Mooney Boulevard Visalia, CA Tulare County Sequoias Community College District (559) TDD: (559) Don L. Goodyear, President Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 45 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 10,494 Nursing Established in 1925 College of the Sequoias is in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley, an hour from the Sierra Nevada range. The college offers a variety of transfer, two-year degree, and vocational programs. Besides its 62- acre main campus, the college operates a farm that provides a learn-by-doing agriculture program. Other outstanding programs include business, industry and technology, nursing, and mathematics/engineering. California Postsecondary Education Commission 19

20 Part 1: California Community Colleges College of the Siskiyous Disability Services: Students receive individualized disability services to enhance accessibility to success in all classes and activities offered at College of the Sequoias. For more information: (559) College of the Siskiyous 800 College Avenue Weed, CA Siskiyou County Siskiyou Joint Community College District (530) Dr. William Pelham, President Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 26 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 3,097 Nursing Established in 1957 Located at the base of majestic Mount Shasta, in Northern California, College of the Siskiyous is a residential community college offering excellent liberal arts, transfer, and vocational programs. Among its outstanding vocational programs is a fire science program that includes one of the four certified fire academies in California, the process technology program that trains technicians for automated manufacturing environments, and a licensed vocational nursing program with a consistent 100- percent pass rate on Nursing Board examinations for the past eight years. The writing and mathematics tutoring computer laboratories are staffed to assist students individually and to support classroom instructors. Students who transfer to four-year institutions perform well. The college welcomes a diverse international student body. Disability Services: The Disabled Student Programs and Services Office (DSP&S) of the College of the Siskiyous is dedicated to meeting the needs of students with permanent or temporary disabilities. For more information: (530) Yreka Campus 2001 Campus Drive Yreka, CA (530) Columbia College Columbia College Drive Sonora, CA Tuolumne County Yosemite Community College District (209) Dr. Jim Riggs, President Degrees Offered: Certificate, Associate Number of Programs Offered: 51 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 3,287 Other : Culinary Arts Established in 1968 Columbia College, located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, provides students with individual attention and small classes. In addition to offering a full complement of general education transfer courses, it offers several unique vocational certificate programs. Its rural environment and an abundance of recreational opportunities provide an unexcelled quality of campus life. Disability Services: The Disabled Student Services Program is designed to provide access to educational programs and activities for students with disabilities. The college has made changes in campus design to allow disabled students access to the campus. For more information: (209) Calaveras Center Glory Hole Shopping Center at 2892 Highway 49, Suite 4 Angels Camp, CA (209) Contra Costa College 2600 Mission Bell Drive San Pablo, CA Contra Costa County Contra Costa Community College District (510) TDD: (800) Dr. Helen Carr, President Degrees Offered: Associate Number of Programs Offered: 75 Enrollment in Fall 2005: 7,380 Education: Dental and Dental Auxiliary Programs, Montessori Education Nursing Established in 1948 Contra Costa College is in the rolling hills of west Contra Costa County, adjoining the cities of San Pablo and Richmond. Its 83-acre campus offers a view of San Pablo Bay. The diverse cultural mix of its students and faculty make it a stimulating center of education. Small class size allows individual attention for students. The college is widely known for its journalism, culinary arts, and multicultural theatre programs, and offers the only biotechnology and nondestructive examination technology programs in Northern California. Disability Services: The Disabled Students Programs and Services office is committed to providing programs and support services to students with learning, physical, and/or psychological disabilities, to help increase their access to vocational and educational programs and opportunities at Contra Costa College. For more information: (510) Ext Regional Training Institute 1250 Arroyo Way Walnut Creek, CA (925) Copper Mountain College 6162 Rotary Way Joshua Tree, CA San Bernardino County Copper Mountain Community College District Mailing Address: PO Box 1398 Joshua Tree, CA (760) TDD: (760) Dr. Thom M. Armstrong, President 20 California Postsecondary Education Commission

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