STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES

California community colleges offer a full range of resources and support services to reach your academic goals.

Student Support

American Indian/Alaska Native Student Success

Serving American Indian and Alaska Native students with dignity, respect, and intention.

Asian American and Pacific Islander Student Success

Supporting Asian American Pacific Islander students from pre- college to college, from college to career, and beyond.

Black and African American Student Success

Supporting our Black and African American students on their higher education journey.

Latino and Hispanic Student Success

Ensuring Hispanic inclusion and empowerment by removing barriers to succeed.

Undocumented

California Community Colleges knows “undocumented” applies to students from all backgrounds. We understand the challenges undocumented students face and are here to help with a variety of resources.

Veteran Student Success

Veterans can access assistance programs for enrollment, receiving VA benefits, and other resources necessary to succeed at their college.

Academic & Career Support

California Virtual Campus (CVC)

Explore your options for online courses and degree programs at 70 California community colleges.

Career Help and Opportunities

California community colleges offer resources and support to help you reach your dream future.

Credit for Prior Learning

Credit for Prior Learning helps students get credit for what they already know and can do, saving them time and money on their educational path.

Dual Enrollment

Dual enrollment gives high school students college credit for completing college courses that also count toward their high school diploma.

State & Federal Assistance

EOPS/CARE

EOPS students who are single parents receiving public assistance can also access the CARE program for additional support services.

Food and Housing

Addressing basic needs so insufficient food and housing don't affect academic success.

Foster Youth Student Success

Foster Youth Help is a place for foster youth to learn about their rights and resolve issues related to care, placement and services.

Mental Health and Wellness

Providing students with resources, best practices and opportunities for mental health and well-being.

Students Displaced by College Closures and Natural Disasters

California community colleges will work with you to determine the next steps you’ll need to continue your education, including financial aid.

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