San Diego City College is one of the colleges within the San Diego Community College District and is also a Hispanic Serving Institution. It is located in the heart of downtown San Diego, and was established in 1914. More than 17,000 students are enrolled every
Moorpark College is part of the Ventura County Community College District and is a Hispanic Serving Institution. Currently, the college serves about 15,000 students.
Long Beach City College was established in 1927 and spans across two campuses. It emphasizes purpose and is committed to the life-time success of its students.
Lehman College is the only four-year college in Bronx, New York, with over 14,000 students in attendance. More than half of their students are first generation college students. Lehman College is a designated Hispanic Serving Institution.
The Houston Community College System was established in 1971 and is a Hispanic Serving Institution in the vibrant city of Houston.
The College of the Desert emphasizes collaboration and innovation as a central component to any professional, economic, and personal development of the student. Students gain the skills needed to thrive in a multitude of settings.