Clovis Community College became recognized on July 20, 2015, as the 113th campus of the California Community Colleges system. Serving more than 6,000 students, the college is part of the State Center Community College District. The district is one of the largest in the system, serving nearly 45,000 students. The two other colleges located in the district are Fresno City College and Reedley College.
Clovis Community College was originally opened as a center in 2007, with the 80,000 square foot Academic Center One complex. The original complex was comprised of computer, multi-media, art/drawing, and physics labs, classrooms, offices, a tutorial center, and a student government office. Also completed in 2007, was a 12,000 square foot Child Development Center, bookstore, café and central plant.
Academic Center Two on the Clovis campus opened in 2010 and includes an additional 80,000 square foot facility that houses science, microbiology, chemistry
and allied health labs, a fitness center, dance studio, library, student services offices, administrative offices and classrooms.
Clovis Community College offers students in the Central Valley region a wide array of instructional and support services.