Cabrillo College is located on the Monterey Bay in Santa Cruz, California. It is one of the most prestigious community colleges in the state that currently serves over 13,000 students.
The college is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Community and Junior College of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
Cabrillo College offers a wide range of programs that give Skill Certificates, Certificates of Proficiency and Associate Degrees. In addition, it offers basic skills courses for business, professional and personal development and non-credit classes.
Allied Health Division offers study programs in Dental Hygiene, Nursing, Medical Assistant and Radiology Technology.
Dental Hygiene Program is offered in affiliation with the Dental School of the University of the Pacific, classes are combined with clinical experience in patient care. Once graduated, students are eligible for clinical dental hygiene positions in dental offices, clinics and hospitals.
Associate Degree Nursing Program combines theory courses, practice skills labs and clinical experiences. Students are eligible to write the National Council Licensing Board Examination for Registered Nursing Program.
Finally, Radiology Technology Program requires 22.5 months of on-campus training in the classroom and off-campus laboratory experience at local hospitals. Laboratory experience requires 16 to 40 hours a week depending on the semester/session within the program.
Counseling, distance courses, transfer, labs, extension and corporate training, bookstore, financial Aid, library and assessment are some of the services provided by Cabrillo College.