Located in Central California, two hours south of Sacramento, Merced College offers students a chance to earn credits to transfer and provides vocational training tracks for those interested in moving into the job market.
Associate’s degrees and transferable credits are available for those interested in furthering their academic career. Merced College is a public institution, and so offers a clear track for students to transfer to the nearby University of California, Merced.
Occupation-specific certificates can be earned through a course regimen designed to prepare students for the workforce. Students can earn either a certificate or associate’s degree in a professional field such as Criminal Justice, Computer Networking, Allied Health, Fire Science, and several others.
Student support programs offer financial aid services, academic workshops, career services, health services, academic counseling, and much more. Online courses are offered for those with a working schedule.
Merced College wants to make sure that every student has an opportunity for success. So if you’re ready to buckle down and open doors to your future, Enterprise is ready to get you there.
Quick Facts about Merced College
Large Town Setting
Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
Parking Permit Required
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