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Colleges, Universities and Trade Schools
In the Central San Joaquin Valley -- ranked by student full time enrollment; if tied, by part time enrollment
2019
2018
Institution
Address
Phone
Enrollment
Full/Part-time
Faculty-full/part-time %/doctorates
Employees
Student/ instructor ratio
Degrees/certificates/diplomas offered
2018/2019 fees/tuition
in/out State
Financial aid
Status
Founded
Person in Charge
College, University or Trade School
1
(3)
College of the Sequoias
915 S. Mooney Blvd., Visalia
730-3700
12,557
5,100
7,457
221
279
ND
269
29:1
Associate degrees and certificates
$46/Unit
$271/Unit
82%
Public
1925
Brent Calvin, superintendent/president
College
2
(4)
Reedley College
995 N. Reed Ave., Reedley
638-0300
12,000
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
14:1
59 associate degrees, 23 associate degrees for transfer, 67 certificate programs
ND
ND
67%
Public
1926
Jerry Buckley, president, David Clark, Dean of Instruction, Jerry Buckley, president
College
3
(5)
Clovis Community College
10309 N. Willow Ave., Fresno
325-5200
11,657
4,145
7,512
92
214
30%
393
16:1
58 associate degrees/associate degrees for transfer. 30 certificate of achievement programs
$46
$265
59%
Public
1992
Lori Bennett, president
College
4
(6)
West Hills College Lemoore
555 College Ave., Lemoore
925-3000
7,099
2,633
4,182
44
156
11%
170
31:1
Administration of justice, art, biology, business, chemistry, child development, computer information and more
$46 per unit
$371 per unit
ND
Public
2002
Kristin Clark, president, James Preston, vice president
College
5
(8)
West Hills College Coalinga
300 Cherry Lane, Coalinga
934-2000
7,092
1,927
4,803
42
134
13%
179
16:1
AS-T, AA, AS, C
$46 per unit
$371 per unit
ND
Public
1932
Brenda Thames, West Hills College Coalinga president
College

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