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Glendale Community College
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1500 N Verdugo Rd
Glendale, CA 91208
(818) 240-1000
glendale.edu

About the college

Glendale Community College opened its doors in 1927. The college offers classes to day and evening students with many others graduating from both its job training programs and adult educating program. The goal of Glendale is to train each and every student regardless of age, sex, or background. The mission is simple- teach those who want to succeed. The learning never has to stop. Training every student ensures that futures are bright, education is a priority and the graduates become productive and successful members of the society.

Campus

Glendale, California is just minutes away from the cultural and multi-diverse city of Los Angeles. The Glendale campus here is neatly tucked away on the hillside just above Glendale and the views from the school are amazing. Students have beaches, mountains and the desert all within minutes of the campus. Student activities often involve the outdoors with perfect weather and also theatre arts, dance and many other campus goodies.

The career training at Glendale Community College puts students in company with 22 computer labs and high tech facilities. The college has quite a high honor too with its transfer status. Glendale’s transfers to the University of California are much higher than those of any other community college in the San Gabriel and San Fernando Valleys combined.

Courses

Glendale offers career and technical programs as well as general education and transfer programs. Students can attend the college for training in an industry that will lead them to a career like accounting or graphic design. The general education programs make Glendale a steeping stone for transfer to a university after completion. The college also has online courses.

Knowledge knows no age and at Glendale Community College, they want a success story from every student regardless of their academic timeline or status.

College Type: 2-year, Public

Offering: Less than one year certificate, One but less than two years certificate, Associate's degree

Campus Setting: City, Midsize

Campus Housing Available: No

Student Population: 16827, 100% undergraduates


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