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Today, more than ever, having the right skills and education is crucial to help you prepare for the jobs of today and tomorrow. Now is the time to start or continue your community college education and we’re here to help. Colleges have converted almost all in-person classes online, and faculty and staff are available and committed to helping you succeed. And, there is over 6 billion dollars in financial aid available each year just for California community college students to help with tuition, books, supplies and sometimes even rent.

Enroll now for Summer or Fall. Keep dreaming. Keep going. You can do this. We’re here for you every step of the way.

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    Apply for College

    Community college is a smart and affordable way for everyone to discover a career, earn a certificate, learn a new skill or transfer to a four-year college or university. Don’t put your future on hold. Apply online now for the Summer or Fall semester.

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    Financial Aid

    Many students face tough financial choices but being able to pay for college shouldn’t be one of them. The good news is that there is free money available year-round to help with college costs. Learn about the different types of financial aid and apply today.

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    Transfer

    If your goal is to transfer to a four-year college or university the Associate Degree for Transfer program is a smart way to save time and money towards a guaranteed saved spot at a UC, CSU or one of many other participating colleges and universities.

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    Career Education

    What are career education programs? Quite simply, they are the more than 200 pathways that allow students to learn by exploring, collaborating and doing. Get the skills you need for the jobs of today and into the future.

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    Contact a College

    We want all of our students to succeed during this challenging time and we know you have a lot of questions. The best place for answers and information is your local community college. Get directly connected to your local college today.

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    FAQs

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, many students have questions about their college education. We’re here to help. Find answers to common questions along with tips and resources. Check back frequently as information is updated daily.

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    Succeed Online

    Online courses allow you to learn whenever, wherever and however works best for you, making it easier to earn your degree or certificate during the COVID-19 pandemic. Use these online resources and tools to help you prepare for effective online learning.

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    CalFresh

    It’s now easier than ever for eligible students to sign up and receive money every month to help buy groceries.

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    Our Community in Action

    As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, California’s community colleges are getting creative with finding ways to continue student support services during this time of social distancing. In early June, Evergreen Valley College kicked off its first, bi-monthly drive-thru food distribution event on campus. Cars assembled in a line, and Evergreen Valley College staff and student volunteers handed out 475 boxes of food into car trunks. The drive-thru event follows social distancing guidelines and continues student basic needs support services. 

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    Photo of the Week

    Los Angeles Trade-Technical College (LATTC) hosted a Community Food Distribution on Tuesday June 23rd. The college worked with partners, including the LA County Federation of Labor, SEIU, the LA Regional Food Bank, the Building Skills Partnership and Labor Community Services, to provide boxes of food to more than 500 families. LATTC faculty, staff and student volunteers were on hand to assist with the drive-through, non-contact event.

  • Pro Tip

    California State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond recently announced a new collaborative online campaign, “Advance SEL (Social and Emotional Learning) in California,” to engage educators, school leaders and families in a wider conversation about how to provide social and emotional supports to students during distance learning. To learn more, visit their website.

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