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We Are The Los Rios Colleges.

The Los Rios Community College District is made up of four excellent student-centered campuses, all focused on helping people reach their dreams. With hundreds of degree, certificate and transfer opportunities, hands-on curriculum, and small student-to-teacher ratios at all four locations, the choice is yours – but you can’t go wrong.

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Learn More, Spend Less.

It might feel like college is getting more expensive by the day, but we have a solution. Explore our convenient options to help turn your dreams into a degree, affordably.

One of those options is the Los Rios Promise, which guarantees a year of tuition-free education for qualifying first time, full time students. Learn more and apply, or check out our other helpful financial aid options.

After seeing all the programs that help people in my situation, I started to realize my vision of breaking the poverty cycle become a reality.

– Carlo Lopez, Sacramento City College

We're Always Thinking Ahead.

Whether you want to jump into your dream job or transfer to a four-year state school after community college, we have a program for you.

Our Career Education programs allow for a tailored education that fits with your goals and timeline. Plan for a career in healthcare, public service, information communication technologies, and more. If transferring to a four-year university like California State University or University of California is your goal, we’ll support you every step of the way.

Meet Our Students.

I’m ready to pursue my passion.

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 I’m ready to save the planet.

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I’m ready to help my family.

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I’m ready to save lives. 

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I’m ready to code for the greater good. 

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I’m ready to reach new heights. 

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I’m ready to make my way in America. 

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I’m ready to keep our water safe. 

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I’m ready to help patients. 

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