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Cerritos College 
 
 
Campus Map. "Admission to Cerritos College is open to any high school graduate or equivalent or persons eighteen years of age or older and shows evidence of being able to benefit from instruction. Students entering any of the public community colleges of California are subject to the residence requirements as determined by the State of California. A student is eligible to attend Cerritos College whose legal residence is within the state of California. Residents of any other state or foreign country may be subject to non-resident tuition. The legal residence of any unmarried student under 18 years of age is considered to be that of the parent or guardian. The student should be prepared to present proof of residence. Cerritos College does not discriminate against any person in employment or college participation because of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, sex, handicap or age."  Norwalk
Coastline Community College 
 
 
Part of the Coast Community College District. "Coastline Community College has an international reputation as one of the nation's most innovative institutions. Founded in 1976, Coastline continues to deliver education through technology and a comprehensive curriculum. Unlike other colleges, Coastline does not have a traditional campus. Instead, instruction is offered in nine different cities within the college service area, at approximately 50 sites close to students' homes and workplaces. These teaching sites include banks, senior centers, high schools, office buildings, shopping malls, and many other facilities. In addition to these sites, the College has main area learning centers based in Costa Mesa, Fountain Valley, and Westminster. In 1997, the College opened a new center in Garden Grove which features the latest in technology, specialized labs, and large lecture facilities." See also: Golden West College, Orange Coast College, KOCE TV.  Costa Mesa, Fountain Valley, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Westminster
Cypress College 
 
 
Part of the North Orange County Community College District. Campus Map. "At Cypress College, student learning is our highest priority. We are proud of our reputation for academic excellence in both our general education/transfer courses and our vocational programs. Our award-winning faculty offer small classes, a variety of teaching approaches, and personalized attention--all designed to ensure student success. In addition to our fine academic and vocational programs, we offer many support services to help students succeed: study skills classes, tutoring, learning centers, counseling, financial aid, child care, and health services, to name a few. Students can also participate in student government activities, special interest clubs, athletic teams, and fine arts productions. Cypress College is a culturally diverse institution that welcomes and celebrates the rich heritage and varied perspectives of all our students, faculty, and staff." See also: Fullerton College, NOCCCD School of Continuing Education.  Cypress
Fullerton College 
 
 
Part of the North Orange County Community College District. Flash Interactive Campus Map. "This August, Fullerton College will begin its 90th academic year. As the oldest continually operating community college in California, Fullerton College’s roots can be traced back to a time when the city of Fullerton was primarily an agricultural community devoted to growing, packing and shipping citrus products. Originally enrolling 28 students in its first year in 1913, today Fullerton College boasts an enrollment figure of more than 20,000. Fullerton Junior College, as it was known from 1913 to 1972, was born out of a proposal made in April 1913 that the board of trustees authorize two years of postgraduate study at the high school. The idea was approved, and classes at Fullerton Junior College officially began in the fall of that year. During the teens and 20’s, the curriculum at Fullerton Junior College continually changed to meet the specific needs of the time. Military drill, oil drilling technology, manual arts and shop courses were offered during WWI, and by the mid-20’s, semi-professional courses such as typing, stenography, bookkeeping and office practice were standard fare. In 1934, the school board of directors purchased a 14-acre parcel of land located adjacent to the high school on the east side of Lemon Street for the use of Fullerton Junior College. Following reorganization and ownership changes, it was decided that Fullerton Junior College should be renamed to reflect its newfound independence from the high school. By 1972, Fullerton Junior College simply became known as Fullerton College. In anticipation of our 90th year, the College is planning a number of commemorative events, beginning with the unveiling of our anniversary logo. The logo was designed by Fullerton College Computer Graphics student Miriam Garcia and will be used on promotional materials throughout the year. • A public college paralleling the lower division of university education and offering, in addition, industrial, vocational, and general education. • Tuition-free to residents of California. • Low enrollment fee. • A part of the North Orange County Community College District, which serves Anaheim, Brea-Olinda, Buena Park, Centralia, Cypress, Fullerton, Garden Grove, La Habra, Los Alamitos, Lowell, Magnolia, Placentia, Savanna and Yorba Linda Districts. • Organized 1913. • Fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the California State Department of Education." See also: Cypress College, NOCCCD School of Continuing Education.  Fullerton
Golden West College 
 
 
Part of the Coast Community College District. Campus Map. "Golden West College is part of the California Community College System and holds maximum accreditation by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. The college has over 200 faculty and enrolls approximately 13,000 students. Small classes and superior faculty prepare students for associate in arts degrees and /or transfer to a university where they complete course work for a bachelor's degree. State-of-the-art equipment and facilities keep students on the cutting edge of employment trends in more than 60 career programs. To achieve student success, Golden West College strives to be a lively center of learning where students and faculty share educational experiences in a friendly, challenging and creative environment. The International Student Program provides you with a full-service office and individualized counseling and guidance in the areas of admissions processing, registration, housing/homestay, immigration law, cultural adjustment, the U.S. system of education, practical training opportunities, and hosts a variety of local/on-campus activities. Another important feature of International Student Program is the Academic Counseling service, designed specifically for international students. Such expertise affords new and continuing international students specialized counseling, and it underscores the College's commitment to international student success." See also: Coastline Community College, Orange Coast College, KOCE TV.  Huntington Beach
Irvine Valley College 
 
 
Part of the South Orange County Community College District. Campus Map. "Welcome to Irvine Valley College. You will find a wide range of day and evening classes this summer in several convenient sessions from May through August. As Irvine Valley's enrollment continues to climb, we have added nearly 50 new sections over the past year to meet a growing demand for classes. We are proud to offer you curricula and college resources that we believe will provide you the best education possible. At Irvine Valley College, we continue to put the interests of our students first. Our goal is to see that we provide you with the academic preparation and skills you will need in a rapidly changing world. In 2002, we've added 26 new sections in disciplines such as Business Sciences, Fine Arts, Health Sciences and Humanities; and in this schedule you will find plenty of new classes to choose from to make your summer at IVC a rewarding one. We take pride in the fact that Irvine Valley College is a leader among California's 108 community colleges. Its transfer rate to UC and CSU campuses is among the highest in California. IVC's award-winning faculty, staff and administration work hard to ensure your successful transfer to a four-year university, and we strive to meet your career development needs and your personal enrichment goals."  Irvine
NOCCCD School of Continuing Education 
 
 
Part of the North Orange County Community College District. "The School of Continuing Education is the first choice for lifelong learning. Our diverse population recognizes us for accessibility to quality programs and services. We are known for our focus on positive student outcomes in educational and career advancement; business development and training; and personal growth for all ages. We welcome you to check out our Summer 2004 Schedule and to browse through our campus locations to get directions to our learning centers. You can also take courses online. Visit our new Anaheim Campus for a meal and eat at our prestigious Cafe Cypress. " See also: Cypress College, Fullerton College.  Anaheim, Cypress, Fullerton, Yorba Linda
Orange Coast College 
 
 
Part of the Coast Community College District. Campus Map. "You have just arrived at the site of one of the largest and most beautiful community colleges in the United States. We welcome you and invite you to browse Orange Coast College--a place of excellent programs, distinguished faculty and outstanding student leadership. Founded in 1948, Orange Coast is the college of choice for over 28,000 students a year. Our expansive, uniquely designed campus is at the heart of a community featuring world-class educational institutions, a robust economy, an abundance of artistic and cultural events, miles of sunny beaches and the beautiful Pacific Ocean. Orange Coast is well known for rigorously preparing students for successful transfer to the University of California, California State University, and other four-year colleges and universities. In fact, each year we transfer more students to UC and CSU than any other community college in southern California. We invite you to be one of Orange Coast College's successful transfer students. Take a look at our professional-technical degree and certificate programs. There are over 80 career options from which you can choose. Orange Coast students regularly win local, state, regional and national awards in skill competitions. Their achievements directly reflect the quality of our programs and the talent and expertise of our faculty. From football to badminton, Orange Coast's athletic program is strong, with 24 competitive sports and numerous championships to our credit. OCC has won the Orange Empire Conference Sports Supremacy Award more times than any other college in the conference. The Orange Coast College School of Sailing and Seamanship on Newport Bay serves as the base for our men and women's intercollegiate crew teams and offers the largest public sailing program on the west coast. You will find OCC well "wired" to serve new learning technologies. The John R. Clark Computer Center houses over 300 student workstations. Across campus, in other specialty labs, more than 2000 computer stations are available to students and many classrooms and lecture halls are equipped for multi-media presentations." See also: Coastline Community College, Golden West College, KOCE TV.  Costa Mesa
Saddleback College 
 
 
Part of the South Orange County Community College District. Campus Map. "Saddleback College has the most comprehensive and diverse Academic Programs available in Orange County. We have a wide variety of Advanced Technology and Applied Science Programs including Aviation, Marine Science, Computer Science, Fashion Design and more. Our other Programs offer everything from Business Science to Social Science. Professors who are prominent members of their academic fields staff our Faculty."  Mission Viejo
Santa Ana College 
 
 
In 1915, Santa Ana Junior College opened its doors to 26 students as a department of Santa Ana High School. It was the second junior college founded in Orange County, behind Fullerton College, and the fourth oldest in all of California. Santa Ana College (SAC) is known for its academic programs as well as top-ranked student services. Students can enroll for full semester, mini-semester (GR8 Weeks), weekend and online classes. A wide variety of courses are available in business, math and sciences, arts and humanities, and career and vocational education. SAC offers over 300 subjects leading to the associate degree in science or arts or vocational certificate of competency. In 2008, Santa Ana College was recognized by Community College Week as one of the top associate degree producers for Hispanic students in the nation. Santa Ana College was ranked 8th among the top 100 and also ranked 18th among the top 100 associate degree producers for Asian American students. While Santa Ana College offers numerous concentrations or majors leading to the associate degree in science or arts, it also offers off-site programs for students seeking basic skills and technology proficiency so they can pursue other goals. These off-campus sites include: Centennial Education Center: CEC provides a full spectrum of non-credit continuing education to address the adult learner population. In addition to English-as-a-Second-Language courses, it offers adult basic education, citizenship, high school completion, parent education and vocational training. Orange County Sheriff's Regional Training Academy: Located in Tustin, this facility enables Santa Ana College and the Sheriff's Department to serve more than 800 Academy cadets annually while expanding the weekend and evening education and training opportunities for existing law enforcement officers in Orange County and around the state. The academy features four large lecture classrooms, a state-of-the-art multi-media production studio, a multi-purpose room that accommodates up to 1,300 people, a weight training room, as well as an outdoor obstacle and tactical training course. Regional Fire Training Academy: This center is used for fire technology, prevention, lecture, and applied practice courses and is located in the city of Santa Ana. It is used by students enrolled in the Fire Academy program as well as fire professionals for continuing education purposes. Workforce Development and Career Center: As a resource for continuing education, this center is housed in the RSCCD operations center on Broadway and Santa Clara and specializes in courses tailored to the needs of business and industry. The center is the access point for business owners as well as individuals to gain educational advantages that enhance workplace performance. Santa Ana College is part of the Rancho Santiago Community College District serving the following communities: Anaheim Hills, Garden Grove, Irvine, Orange, Santa Ana, Tustin and Villa Park.  Santa Ana
Santiago Canyon College 
 
 
The new campus at the top of the Orange hill. One of two Rancho Santiago College campuses. Campus Map. "In 1980, the Rancho Santiago Community College District (RSCCD) purchased 30 acres from The Irvine Company to build a college campus in East Orange that would meet the current and future educational needs of this rapidly growing community. Five years later in the fall of 1985, the Orange Campus began its first semester, offering a variety of general education, transfer and vocational education courses to more than 2,500 students. By 1996, enrollment at the Orange Campus had more than doubled. In May 1996, the RSCCD Board of Trustees continued its vision to develop a separate college to serve the residents of East Orange and voted to become a multi-college district; in July 1997 the Board voted unanimously to change the name of the Orange Campus to Santiago Canyon College. In January 2000, the Western Association of Schools and Colleges awarded Santiago Canyon College full accreditation. In fall 2000 with the donation of an 11.9-acre parcel from The Irvine Company, SCC’s campus grew from 52 to 64 acres. In November 2002, voters in the college district voted to approve Measure E, a $337 million bond measure to provide for renovation and new construction at both Santiago Canyon and Santa Ana colleges. In March 2003, the college broke ground on the new Student Services and Instruction building, which is expected to be ready for occupancy in fall 2004. The next building slated for construction is the Library/Learning Resource Center. In April 2003 the district used Measure E funds to purchase an 18.77-acre parcel (at the corner of Chapman and Jamboree) from The Irvine Company, bringing the college campus to 82 acres. The college’s master plan is being revised to include a future science building, student activity and sports center, expanded parking facilities, and more. Construction on these projects is expected to take place over the next 14 years. Upon completion, Santiago Canyon College will serve the educational needs of a projected 20,000 students." See Santa Ana College.  Anaheim, Orange
SOCCCD ATEP Advanced Technology Education Park 
 
 
Part of the South Orange County Community College District. Scheduled to be constructed on the former Tustin Naval Air Station property.  
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