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Community Colleges

LIsts of Schools near FUHSD


There are 106 Community Colleges in California.  Some of the Community Colleges closest to us are as follows:


1. Cabrillo College, Aptos

(831) 479-6100

2. Cañada College, Redwood City

(650) 306-3100

3. De Anza College, Cupertino

(408) 864-5678

4. Evergreen Valley College, San Jose

(408) 274-7900

5. Foothill College, Los Altos Hills

(650) 949-7777

6. Gavilan College, Gilroy

(408) 848-4800

7. Mission College, Santa Clara

(408) 988-2200

8. Monterey Peninsula College, Monterey

(831) 646-4000

9. Ohlone College, Fremont

(510) 659-6000

10. San Jose City College, San Jose

(408) 298-2181

11. West Valley College, Saratoga

(408) 867-2200


To see all 106 Community Colleges in California, click HERE


Admission Requirements

Admission to any of California's 109 community colleges is simple. You will be admitted to the community college of your choice if you meet at least one of the following conditions:

  • You are 18 years of age or older, with or without a high school diploma
  • You are a high school graduate
  • You have the equivalent of a high school diploma


How to Apply

Applying to a California community college is simple. There are two easy ways to apply: online or paper. You can apply online to attend more than four fifths of the California Community Colleges through CCC Apply at

The second way to apply is with a paper application. Each community college may have its own paper application so you should contact the admissions office or check the college's website for the form.

Community Colleges Located in California with Residence


Art Institute Of California/LA

2900 31st Street

Santa Monica, CA 90405-3035

(888) 646-4610

Bakersfield College

1801 Panorama Drive

Bakersfield, CA 93305

(661) 395-4011

Brooks College

4825 East Pacific Coast Highway

Long Beach, CA 90804

(866) 746-5711

California Culinary Academy

625 Polk Street

San Francisco, CA 94102

(888) 897-3222

College of the Redwoods

7351 Tompkins Hill Road

Eureka, CA 95501-9302

(800) 641-0400

College of the Siskiyous

800 College Avenue

Weed, CA 96094-2899

(888) 397-4339

Columbia College

11600 Columbia College Drive

Sonora, CA 95370-8518

(209) 588-5100

Lassen College

478-200 Hwy 139

P.O. Box 3000

Susanville, CA 96130-3000

(530) 257-6181

Marymount College

30800 Palos Verdes Drive

East Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275-6299

(310) 377-5501

Reedley College

995 N. Reed Ave

Reedley, CA 93654-2099

(559) 638-3641

Santa Rosa Junior College

1501 Mendocino Avenue

Santa Rosa, CA 95401-4395

(800) 564-7752

Shasta College

11555 Old Oregon Trail

PO Box 496006

Redding, CA 96049-6006

(530) 242-7500

Sierra College

5000 Rocklin Road

Rocklin, CA 95677-3397

(800) 242-4004

Taft College

29 Emmons Park Drive

Taft, CA 93268-4217

(661) 763-7700

West Hills College

300 Cherry Lane

Coalinga, CA 93210-1399

(559) 934-2000

Yuba College

2088 N. Beale Road

Marysville, CA 95901-7699

(530) 741-6700




All community colleges offer a full range of academic courses that enable a student to prepare for a transfer to a four-year college or university. If you are a "transfer" student and plan carefully, you may enter the four-year university as a junior after two years of community college work. Your community college counselor will help you organize a program that will be acceptable by the four-year college, so that you will not lose any credits when you transfer. Use to help you select the proper courses at the community college that will meet the specific GED requirements for your major at the university to which you plan to transfer.


Transfer Admissions Guarantees (TAG) are commitments that colleges and universities make with community college students. It is a contract of understanding, guaranteeing that upon completion of the conditions of the agreement, the student will be admitted to the university. Some of the advantages of completing a TAG are early notification of admission, waived application fees, and priority registration, and having courses outlined. Below are the list of local community colleges and their TAGs.

Foothill College

CSU: CSU East Bay, CSU Monterey, and San Jose State

UC: Davis, Irvine, Los Angeles*,Merced, Riverside, San Diego, Santa Barbara, and Santa Cruz

Private: Cornell**, Menlo, Mills*, National Hispanic University, Notre Dame de Namur University, Santa Clara University, University of San Francisco, and University of the Pacific

* Must be part of Foothill Honors Institute

** Applies to School of Civil Environmental Engineering


De Anza

CSU: CSU East Bay, CSU Monterey, and San Jose State

UC: Davis, Irvine, Merced, Riverside, San Diego, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz, and San Diego

Private: Kettering University, National Hispanic University, Santa Clara University, and University of the Pacific


West Valley

CSU: CSU East Bay, CSU Monterey, and San Jose State

UC: Davis, Irvine, Merced, Riverside, San Diego, Santa Barbara, and Santa Cruz

Private: Santa Clara University


Mission College

CSU: CSU East Bay, CSU Monterey, and San Jose State

UC: Davis, Irvine, Merced, Riverside, San Diego, Santa Barbara, and Santa Cruz

Private: Santa Clara University and Golden Gate University


Enrollment While in High School (Concurrent Enrollment)

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