Top 15 Community Colleges in California
- De Anza College. Graduation and Transfer Rate: 72.7%
- Orange Coast College. Graduation and Transfer Rate: 54.2%
- Santa Barbara City College. Graduation and Transfer Rate: 53.8%
- Diablo Valley College.
- Pasadena City College.
- Foothill College.
- Napa Valley College.
- Ohlone College.
Is California community college free?
California’s free community college plan wasn’t just about offering a tuition-free year to the state’s students. But some college administrators are balking at one requirement in the one-year tuition-free legislation that passed last year — participation in the federal student loan program.3 Jan 2019
How many community colleges are there?
According to the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), the 1,132+ community colleges in the U.S. enroll nearly half of all undergraduates in the U.S.—just over 13 million students.
Is California State University a community college?
The California State University (Cal State or CSU) is a public university system in California. With 23 campuses and eight off-campus centers enrolling 484,300 students with 26,858 faculty and 25,305 staff, CSU is the largest four-year public university system in the United States.
What is the largest community college in California?
The largest community college in California is East Los Angeles College with 36,012 students.
Largest California Community Colleges (2018-19)
- Santa Barbara City College.
- College of the Canyons.
- San Bernardino Valley College.
- San Diego City College.
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How much does it cost to go to a community college in California?
Tuition in the Community College system is $46 per unit, so a student taking a full-time load of 12 credits per semester would have to pay $1,104 if they did not get any aid. At CSU, tuition runs $5,742 per year for a California resident attending full-time.
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