California Community Colleges
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The California Community Colleges is the largest higher education system in the nation. The system is comprised of 72 districts,112 colleges and enrolls more than 2.9 million students. Community colleges provide basic skills education, workforce training and courses to prepare students to transfer to four-year universities. Colleges also provide opportunities for personal enrichment and lifelong learning.
Kern Community College District: District Office - www.kccd.cc.ca.us
- Bakersfield College - www.bakersfieldcollege.edu
- Cerro Coso Community College - www.cerrocoso.edu
- Porterville College - www.portervillecollege.edu
- Taft College - www.taftcollege.edu
San Bernardino Community College District: District Office - www.sbccd.cc.ca.us
Santa Barbara Community College District
- Santa Barbara City College - www.sbcc.edu
Board of Governors Enrollment Fee Waiver (BOGFW)
Apply to California Community Colege: http://www.cccco.edu/
The CSU is a leader in high-quality, accessible, student-focused higher education. With 23 campuses, almost 412,000 students, and 43,000 faculty and staff, we are the largest, the most diverse, and one of the most affordable university systems in the country.
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The 10 campuses of the University of California open their doors to all who work hard and dream big. Through its teaching, research and public service, UC drives California's economy and leads the world in new directions.
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Common Application (Accepted by most Private Colleges) - http://www.commonapp.org/
- La Verne University (Bakersfield) - http://www.laverne.edu/locations/bakersfield/
- SAT - www.collegeboard.org
- SAT Fee Waivers:
- ACT - www.actstudent.org/
If you are a high school student thinking about College, consider this: Someone with a Bachelorís Degree earns nearly $1 million more over his or her lifetime than a high school graduate!