Citrus College is a community college known for its academic excellence and dedication to student success. Citrus College was founded in 1915 and has a long history of success with international students. Students enjoy our friendly campus where they are our number one priority.
What GPA do you need to get into Citrus College?
Have a minimum 3.25 (non-weighted) or 3.5 (weighted) cumulative GPA from high school. One letter of recommendation from an instructor, counselor or high school contact. Submit unofficial high school transcripts.
Is Citrus College a 2 year college?
Approximately 200,000 people reside in these communities, which include five K-12 school dis- tricts. Citrus College is the oldest community college in Los Angeles County and the fifth oldest in California.
Is Citrus College Online?
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How do I reapply to Citrus College?
Returning students need to reapply in order to receive a registration appointment. Please follow the Steps for Applying and Registering to help assure a successful re-entry back to Citrus College. For questions, please contact admissions and records at (626) 914-8511.
Is Citrus College free?
California residents attend Citrus College tuition-free and pay enrollment and incidental fees only. Nonresidents are required to pay the additional per unit nonresident tuition. International students are required to pay additional per unit international student tuition.
What is a passing grade at Citrus College?
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Is Citrus College Public or private?
Citrus College is a public community college serving the Los Angeles County communities of Azusa, Bradbury, Claremont, Duarte, Glendora and Mon- rovia.
How many credits do you need to graduate from Citrus College?
2. Sixty (60) units of accredited lower division college credit in courses that have been properly approved pursuant to Title 5 Section 55002(a) a. Basic skills and remedial courses numbered under 100 do not apply toward the 60 units required for graduation.