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San Jose, Calif. 95128-2799
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San Jose City College, established in 1921, serves residents of San Jose, Milpitas, and other neighboring communities. The college has grown into a world-class institution enrolling approximately 10,000 students each semester, and is most well-known internationally as a center for innovation in technology and research.

For many years, the college operated in downtown San Jose. San Jose Unified School District began overseeing the College in 1953. A decade later, an independent San Jose Junior College District was created. In 1958, the name was changed to San Jose City College.

Recent voter-approved general obligation bonds have funded the construction of campus buildings that allow the college to continue to provide a state-of-the-art learning environment.

Facilities completed since 2003 include the Cesar Chavez Learning Resource Center and the five-story technology center. The student center, completed in 2004, is next to a new parking garage. A new science building was recently completed. Plans include new facilities for physical education, cosmetology, math, arts and humanities and health sciences.


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COLLEGE ENROLLMENT 2013-2014

13,376

DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES AWARDED IN 2013-2014
* CHANCELLOR’S OFFICE APPROVED AWARDS
Degrees - 571; Certificates - 446 *
Total 1017

GENDER PERCENTAGE 2013-2014
Females - 7364; Males - 5975; Unknown - 37

PARTICIPATION BY RACE/ETHNICITY
2013-2014

 

DEGREES

Degrees and Certificates Awarded in 2013-2014
Associate in Science for Transfer (A.S.-T) Degree
15
Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree
423
Associate of Science (A.S.) degree
133
Certificate requiring 12 to < 18 units
30
Certificate requiring 18 to < 30 semester units
208
Certificate requiring 30 to < 60 semester units
208

TRANSFER

2010-2014 TRANSFERS

Associate Transfer Degrees