An alphabetical list of links to all academic departments.
Information and resources related to this website's accessibility to all users.
Information about applying for admission, obtaining academic records, undergoing orientation and assessment, developing an education plan, requesting official and unofficial transcripts, and other related services.
The Adult Reentry Program assists new, returning and continuing adult students age 25 and older with information, advisement, support, referrals and resources.
The Assessment Center offers walk-in computerized placement testing at both campuses, as well as study tips, math brush-up workshops and other services.
The Associated Student Government (ASG), the representative voice of students, is responsible for coordinating social, cultural, educational and service programs for the college.
Up-to-date coverage, information, schedules and statistics for the college's 16 intercollegiate athletic programs.
The College of the Canyons Bookstore, operated by Barnes & Noble, provides textbooks for purchase or rental, textbook buy-backs, learning packs, supplies, spirit wear and other products.
Academic and student calendars for current and future sessions.
The Canyon Country campus, which offers more than 600 class sections per year, is a convenient option for students residing in the eastern Santa Clarita Valley. The campus, which opened in 2007, offers a variety of student services and programs on-site.
The college catalog provides a wealth of information and resources. Download a PDF of the current catalog or past catalogs going back approximately 10 years.
Our online class schedule allows you to search available course sections for current and future terms, view open and waitlisted classes, and obtain a wide variety of information related to courses and attending classes at both the Canyon Country and Valencia campuses.
The college typically has more than 30 clubs and organizations, with new ones being added each semester. Learn about active clubs and events, as well as how to start one.
These 15 tips will help you succeed in college. Topics include note-taking, setting goals, time management, test-taking, managing stress, critical thinking, and life after college.
Use of ASG computer labs is free to all students who have paid their student support fee for the current semester. They are located in the Student Center, Room 124 at the Valencia campus, and Quad 2, Room 204 at the Canyon Country campus.
Whether you are pursuing an associate degree or career certificate for job training, preparing for transfer to a university or taking classes for personal enrichment, the counseling team can help you map out a plan to reach your educational goals.
Distance learning delivers instruction to students who are not physically present in a traditional classroom setting. Distance and accelerated learning programs include online and hybrid classes, PAL, Go!, and increasing use of free or low-cost Open Educational Resources.
Do you you know what to do during an emergency on campus? This compact yet comprehensive guide details the steps you should take during a variety of potential emergency scenarios.
A series of short, informative videos that focus on steps you should take for specific emergency scenarios.
Looking for a specific professor or staff member? This is the easiest and quickest way to find who you're looking for.
The Financial Aid Office offers a complete array of financial support services designed to help you with the education-related expenses involved in achieving your academic goals.
The Health & Wellness Center's goal is to help keep you physically and mentally healthy so you can succeed in school and life. It provides clinical services, health education, referrals, and assistance in getting health insurance.
Current news, important notices and informative publications from College of the Canyons, as well as access to logos, photos and related resources.
The TLC offers tutoring in English, math, CAWT, and many other subjects. These services are available to enrolled College of the Canyons students for their COC courses on a walk-in basis at no charge. No appointment is needed. Student identification is required for all students who wish to utilize TLC services at the Valencia campus (Building LTLC) and Canyon Country campus (CCC-306).
Dedicated to the needs of student veterans, the Veterans Resource Center offers peer support, academic support and intervention, a computer lab, transition services and other resources.