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California State University (CSU) Community Colleges (CC)
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To 12.5% of HS graduates Top 33% of HS graduates Top 100% of HS graduates
     
Background: The UC System combines the education of undergraduates with a strong emphasis on graduate programs and world-class research in the sciences humanities. Background: The CSU system emphasizes undergraduate education, leading to a bachelor's, master's and a limited number of doctor's degrees. Background: Colleges offer a wide range of academic and vocational programs leading to an occupational certificate, a two-year associate of arts degree, or a transfer program.
Students: Over 200,000 Students: Over 400,000 Students: Over 2.5 Million
Campuses: 10 Campuses: 23 Campuses: 109
Costs: About $6,600 in fees and an additional $14,100 for room, board, books and transportation. Approximately $21,700/year (2004/2005) Cost: About $2,800 in fees, and an addition $12,800 for room, board, books and transportation. Approximately $15,600/year (2004/2005) Costs: A unit costs $26, add about $4,600 for books, fees and transportation. If no cost for living at home, then about $1,000 (2004/2005)
Entrance Requirements: A student must be in the top eighth academically of high school graduates statewide, have complete 15 prescribed course and have taken the appropriate admission tests. Entrance Requirements: A student must be in the top third academically of high school graduates statewide, have completed 15 prescribed courses and have taken the appropriate admission tests. Entrance Requirements: These colleges are open to all California residents, including those without a high school diploma. A California resident may attend a community college anywhere in the state.
Campus Locations: Berkeley, Santa Cruz, Davis, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Irvine, Merced, Riverside, and San Diego. The San Francisco campus specializes in upper division and graduate health sciences     Campus Locations: Bakersfield, Chico, Channel Islands, Dominguez Hills, Easy Bay, Fresno, Fullerton, Humboldt, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Maritime Academy, Monterey Bay, Northridge, Pomona, Sacramento, San Bernadino, Sna Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, San Luis Obispo, San Marcos, Sonoma and Stanislaus campuses. Campus Locations: 56 in southern California and 53 in central and northern parts of the state.