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We Are One​ of California's Top Community Colleges ​
College of the Canyons consistently ranks as one of the best community colleges in the state. 
• Our student transfer rate to universities is the highest of any two-year college in Los Angeles County. 

• College of the Canyons stands out for its exemplary programs, as reflected in its Top 5 ranking among 113 community colleges statewide for student completion rates for college-prepared students. 

• Students who re-enter the workforce or take courses for ongoing career training experience a 22 percent increase in income after completing courses at our college. 

• More than 60 percent of local William S. Har​t Union High School District graduates attend College of the Canyons within two years of graduating.




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WE PROVIDE AN AFFORDABLE, HIGH-QUALITY EDUCATION


 With the soaring cost of attending four-year universities, more and more local families are turning to College of the Canyons for local higher education at a fraction of the cost of state universities. 

• Our student enrollment continues to grow – in the past 10 years, enrollment has increased to about 20,000 students and is expected to reach 30,000 students in a little more than a decade. 

• We need to ensure that our top-ranked college can keep up with the local demand and continue providing the highest-quality education for our students. ​

• Students often cannot get the courses they need – every semester, we have approximately 4,000 students on waiting lists. 

• Local companies need access to training to ensure they remain competitive in their industries. 

• More classrooms and science facilities and labs are needed at the Canyon Country and Valencia campuses.​​​​



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