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Location:​8045 East Chapman Avenue
Orange, CA 92689
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Campus Size:​82 acres ​
Enrollment:17,145​
Credit: 11,999 (Fall 2017)
Non-Credit: 5,146 (Fall 2017)
​Ethnicity:
African-American
American Indian/Alaska Native
Asian
Filipino
Hispanic
Multi-Ethnicity
Pacific Islander
Unknown
White Non-Hispanic

1.6%
0.1%
5.6%
1.0%
40.4%
2.4%
0.2%
25.3%
23.3%
Faculty: 525
FT and PT (credit): 338
FT and PT (non-credit): 187​ ​
Academic Achievement: 1,538 - Transfers to four-year colleges and universities
(2017-2018 academic year)
3,936 - Associate degrees and certificates (2017-2018 academic year) ​
Fast Facts:
  • Ranked #13 among the 50 Best Community Colleges in the U.S. by College Choice.
  • Recognized by The Chronicle of Higher Education as a Great College to Work For Honor Roll Institution for fourth consecutive year.
  • Identified as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) committed to serving a diverse student population.
  • Sponsors a range of co-curricular student activities beyond the classroom including Associated Student Government, Model United Nations and Forensics (Speech and Debate).
  • Engages students through a vibrant Honors Program across multiple disciplines, whose students transfer to top universities.
  • Home to national, state and local award-winning sports teams that compete in the Orange Empire Conference. Home of the 2018 state champions in women's soccer.
  • Offers a comprehensive STEM program with dedicated counselors and a series of supplemental instructional resources.
  • Offers the most comprehensive water utility sciences program in Orange County. Graduates work at water districts and agencies throughout Southern California.
  • Offers the only comprehensive survey/mapping sciences program among Orange County community colleges.
  • Directs the state’s largest trade’s apprenticeship program, providing skilled workers in the fields of carpentry, cosmetology, electricity, maintenance mechanic, operating engineer, power lineman, and surveying.
  • Offers one of the state’s largest continuing education programs, administered through the Orange Education Center, offered at 26 convenient locations throughout Anaheim Hills, Garden Grove, Orange, and Villa Park.
  • Offers an excellent International Student Program to meet the needs of students visiting on an F-1 visa.
​Fees: $46 per unit for California residents
$255 non-resident tuition fee per unit​ ​
Mascot:The Hawks​ ​
 

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Dean C. Colli, Ed.D.
Phone: (619) 517-6133
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Sherrie Guerrero, Ed.D.
Phone: (909) 913-2913
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For questions regarding the application process, please contact:

​Elouise Marasigan
Phone: (714) 480-7494
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