Whether Cosumnes River College is the final stop on your educational journey, or a milestone along the way, we are here to help you succeed.
We offer over 200 degree and certificate programs that cover a variety of general education, transfer, and career education options.
Cosumnes River College graduates also transfer to a variety of four-year universities, including the University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU) systems, as well as to private and out-of-state colleges.
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CRC's Transfer Center is here to provide support and guidance with transferring to a four-year college or university. Online appointments and drop-in sessions are available.
Hear from Our Graduates
Cosumnes River College alumni are making a difference in their communities.
Julia Wong made a strategic and financially-smart decision. Instead of going straight to a five-year accredited college and incurring all those expenses, she decided to enroll in an affordable program close to home and get a great foundation for a future career.
Her encouraging family agreed. They’ve always had Julia’s future top-of-mind, so when they discovered the Los Rios Community College District was offering high school students classes at no cost, they encouraged Julia to start taking some so she could get a head start on her dream career – architecture.
And she did. By the time high school graduation rolled around, Julia had already acquired units at Cosumnes River College, the only community college architecture program in the region that is recognized by several professional schools as being one offering classes that provides transferrable credits. For a promising architecture student like Julia who someday wanted to own her own architecture and design firm, Cosumnes River College was the perfect place to launch her ambition.
Julia loved her classes. Books were easily accessible and although sometimes she faced a waitlist situation at registration time, she says she eventually would be admitted as plans changed for some enrolled students, making room for Julia.
What Julia didn’t anticipate was her new exposure to a diverse college community where students found common ground through their studies. And, she says, there were always community events happening on campus which made it easy to meet people with similar interests.
Julia continues to walk her own path, and her dream of becoming an entrepreneur who owns an architectural firm came true. Be open to opportunities that come your way, she advises, and community college is one, big great opportunity.