GETTING STARTED AT A COMMUNITY COLLEGE
This preparation form will assist students with collecting key information so that students have easy access to it when it's time to fill out applications and forms. To edit use this document, click "File" in the top left corner , then click "Make a copy."
This webpage provides resources for students to achieve their goals at community colleges by giving key information to students learning how the community process works. Click to learn more.
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Many community colleges have learning communities. Learning Communities are programs designed to support a community of students who share common goals and interests while working collaboratively in an encouraging environment. Students in learning communities perform well in their academic courses and meet their educational goals promptly. Here is an example of some at Chabot College.
EARNING A DEGREE AT A COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete your major preparation and general education requirements at a California community college to get a guaranteed saved spot at participating four-year universities.
Did you know that you can earn a bachelor's degree from a California community college? Thanks to the Bachelor's Degree Program, you can get a four-year degree in a variety of subjects at 15 different colleges throughout the state.
4-YEAR COLLEGE OPTIONS
Students can complete the Common Black College Application (CBCA) and apply to any number of their Member Institutions, at the same time. The CBCA creates the potential opportunity for students to receive acceptance letters, financial aid packages and scholarship offers from several different colleges. Different schools have different application deadlines.