San Bernardino County Community Colleges

There are 14 community colleges in San Bernardino County, California, serving 63,137 students.
The average tuition is approximately $1,134 per year for in-state students and $5,400 for out-of-state students. (view national tuition costs).
San Bernardino County, CA community colleges have a diversity score of 0.62, which is lower than the national average of 0.67 (view national diversity statistics).
Minority enrollment is 71% of the student body (majority Hispanic), and the student:teacher ratio is 36:1.

San Bernardino County Community Colleges

  • College Location Students
  • 3130 East Sedona Court
    Ontario CA  91764
    (949)783-4800

    1,483 students
  • 2700 Barstow Road
    Barstow CA  92311
    (760)252-2411

    1,859 students
  • 5885 Haven Ave
    Rancho Cucamonga CA  91737
    (909)652-6000

    19,557 students
  • 1849 N. Wabash
    Redlands CA  92374
    (909)794-1084

    104 students
  • 201 East Airport Drive, Suite A
    San Bernardino CA  92408
    (909)884-8891

    668 students
  • 6162 Rotary Way
    Joshua Tree CA  92252
    (760)366-3791

    1,652 students
  • 11711 Sand Canyon Road
    Yucaipa CA  92339
    (909)794-2161

    5,932 students
  • Everest College-Ontario
    Pivate, for profit
    1460 S. Milliken Ave
    Ontario CA  91761
    (909)984-5027

    707 students
  • 1819 South Excise Avenue
    Ontario CA  91761
    (909)484-4311

    720 students
  • 217 E. Club Center Drive, Ste. A
    San Bernardino CA  92408
    (909)777-3300

    737 students
  • 670 E Carnegie Drive
    San Bernardino CA  92408
    (909)806-4600

    686 students
  • Platt College-Ontario
    Pivate, for profit
    3700 Inland Empire Boulevard
    Ontario CA  91764
    (909)941-9410

    431 students
  • 701 South Mount Vernon Avenue
    San Bernardino CA  92410
    9093844400

    17,044 students
  • 18422 Bear Valley Rd
    Victorville CA  92395
    (760)245-4271

    11,557 students
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