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About the District

As one of the largest of California’s 73 community college districts, the San Diego Community College District serves approximately 80,000 students annually at its three credit colleges, San Diego City College, Mesa College, and Miramar College, as well as seven campuses of San Diego College of Continuing Education.

The credit colleges offer associate degrees, while the credit colleges and College of Continuing Education offer career technical certificates that prepare students for transfer to universities and/or career pathways with higher paying jobs. In addition, Mesa College offers a bachelor’s degree in Health Information Management, and City College recently was approved to offer a bachelor’s degree in Cyber Defense and Analysis.

The SDCCD maintains active partnerships with local industry, the community, the military, and educational institutions to ensure students have clear pathways to careers and the next stage of their education.

The District and its graduates have a combined economic benefit to the region of $4.5 billion annually – 92% of the District’s students remain in the region after completing their education. The District also proudly serves more than 5,000 active-duty military personnel, veterans, and dependents.

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Welcome to the San Diego Community College District. Our district is composed of three colleges - San Diego City, Mesa and Miramar colleges, as well as free adult education - San Diego College of Continuing Education. This is where you get started. Enroll and register today.

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PROPositions S and N Projects

The construction bond program, funded by voter-approved Proposition S, a $685 million bond passed in 2002, and Proposition N, an $870 million bond passed in 2006, is providing new facilities, major renovations, and infrastructure projects. Read the Citizens' Oversite Committee's 2021 annual report.

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