Get Ready for Next Semester with English Boot Camp + STEM Jams

Feeling a little nervous about getting started? Our pre-semester Boot Camp and Jam Sessions are week-long workshops designed to boost your confidence and give you a head start in many subjects. You’ll learn introductory concepts for the courses listed below, and qualify for book and calculator...

Live in San Pablo? Let’s Fund Your Future!

Did you know that some CCC students who live in San Pablo qualify for major help covering the cost of school? It’s true! The San Pablo Economic Development Corporation covers 50% of some residents’ enrollment fees, books, supplies, and even childcare. In order to qualify, you need to:...

Ready to Transfer? Try These Helpful Tools

It’s college admission season! To help you out, our Transfer Center has put together this list of helpful tools and links: University of California Transfer Admissions Planning Tool California State University Application Common Application for (some) private colleges Common Application for (some) historically black colleges and...

CNA Grad Tatiana Frank ‘Has Moved Way, Way Up The Ladder’

Tatiana Frank was a 17-year-old De Anza High School student involved in Contra Costa College’s law enforcement youth academy, with her sights set on becoming a lawyer. Then, a classmate told her about CCC’s Certified Nursing Assistant program. She says that completely changed her perspective. “I...

Free Tuition for First-Time, Full-Time Students

The Contra Costa Community College District (District) has announced free tuition for first-time, full-time Contra Costa College (CCC), Diablo Valley College (DVC) and Los Medanos College (LMC) students effective Monday, August 27, 2018, the first day of the fall 2018 semester. The District will provide free...

Meet 2018 Study Abroad Scholar Jonathon Torres

The Contra Costa Community College District has a great study abroad program – but some years, no one from CCC applies at all! Retired Chancellor Dr. Helen Benjamin and retired Senior Dean of Research & Development Tim Clow want more students to be able to take advantage...