Follow this link to see all the summer programs CEP has to offer. These programs help students understand the college process and make students more competitive for college.
An in-depth guide that explains the challenges and triumphs of being a first generation college student. This page gives guidance on how first-gen students can be successful in college.
Many colleges have centers that support students who are a part of different communities, specifically nontraditional, underrepresented, and marginalized communities. An example of this is the Dream Center at Chabot College. Check out your schools to see if they provide similar support.
At a time when members of our undocumented communities are grappling with fear and uncertainty, the California Community Colleges has launched a number of initiatives to reassure everyone that our campuses will remain safe, welcoming places for people from all backgrounds to learn.
This scorecard represents an unprecedented level of transparency and accountability on student progress and success metrics in public higher education in the United States. The data available in this scorecard tell how well colleges are doing in remedial instruction, job training programs, retention of students and graduation and completion rates.
Colleges love seeing students take advantage of extracurricular activities inside and outside school. This website matches students with different volunteer opportunities that they can take part in.
Community College study abroad opportunities exist in the form of short-term summer, winter/spring break, and semester-length courses that concentrate on foreign language instruction, as well as instruction in the humanities, arts, social sciences, natural history, and occupational fields. Learn more here.