United States, California

A significant member of the 109-campus California Community College System since 1910, Fresno City College was the first community college in the state of California, and the second in the United States! The college has a comprehensive list of areas of study for students to choose from over 33 different fields which include Health Professions and Related Programs, Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, and Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting, and Related Protective Services. Fresno has a partnership with Reedley College, and additional campuses associated with it include, the Clovis Center, the Madera Center, the Oakhurst Center, and Willow International.

Campus Life

Fresno’s largely urban campus is situated near the heart of the Fresno city center which makes easy availability of everything. Moreover, the school’s diverse student body includes both college-age and returning adult students, and although the school does not offer on-campus housing, the housing department compiles a list of affordable student rentals in close proximity to the college, which anyways helps students indirectly. In addition, Associated Student Government groups are one popular student activity, and other clubs and organizations active on campus include foreign language clubs, honor societies, cultural groups, service organizations, and hobby groups. In athletics, FCC includes baseball, cross country, golf, soccer, tennis, badminton, softball, and basketball for men and women.

Noted Alumni

According to the Webometrics Rankings of World Universities, Fresno City College was ranked 1098th in the USA and 5724th internationally.