The San Diego Community College District is the second-largest district in California.
The rate of San Diego Community College District students transferring to a four-year college is higher than the statewide average.
City College ranked #1 of the top 25 community colleges in the nation in the 2011-2012 RateMyProfessor.com Top Lists report.
City College's Robotics Team competes annually in the U.S. Navy's international RoboSub Competition.
In 2011, Community College Week named Mesa College the fastest-growing college in California, and the seventh fastest-growing college in the nation.
Mesa College celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2014. The college opened in 1964 with 1,900 students.
In 2014, Miramar College celebrates 45 years of service. The college opened in 1969 on the site of Hourglass Field, a former training facility for law enforcement and firefighter personnel.
Miramar College was recognized in 2012 by Community College Week as one of the fastest-growing colleges in the nation.
San Diego Continuing Education awards more certificates of completion than any other noncredit adult educational institution in California.
San Diego Continuing Education offers more than 30 free short-term Job Training/Certificate Programs in popular areas such as culinary arts, automotive technology, interactive media, nursing assistant, and child development.
More than 42,000 military personnel are enrolled in the San Diego Community College District's Military Education Program at 26 military bases in 16 states.
Mesa College's Gallery is home to outstanding work by contemporary artists and students. Illustration by Mesa College student Elizabeth Stringer.