Alameda County Community Colleges

In Alameda County, California, you can find 11 community colleges serving 67,413 students.
Minority enrollment is 74% of the student body (majority Asian and Hispanic).
The student:teacher ratio of 46:1 is more than the state average of 43:1.

Alameda County Community Colleges

  • College Location Students
  • BerkeleyBerkeley City College
    Public
    2050 Center Sreet
    BerkeleyCA94704
    (510)981-2800
    6,299 students
  • EmeryvilleCarrington College California-Emeryville
    Private for-profit
    6001 Shellmound St., Ste. 145
    EmeryvilleCA94608
    (510)420-5400
    205 students
  • San LeandroCarrington College California-San Leandro
    Private for-profit
    15555 E. 14th Street, Suite 500
    San LeandroCA94578
    (510)276-3888
    611 students
  • HaywardChabot College
    Public
    25555 Hesperian Blvd
    HaywardCA94545
    (510)723-6600
    13,254 students
  • AlamedaCollege of Alameda
    Public
    555 Ralph Appezzato Memorial Pky
    AlamedaCA94501
    (510)748-2334
    6,068 students
  • HaywardHeald College-Hayward
    Private for-profit
    25500 Industrial Blvd.
    HaywardCA94545
    1,472 students
  • OaklandLaney College
    Public
    900 Fallon Sreet
    OaklandCA94607
    (510)834-5740
    12,358 students
  • LivermoreLas Positas College
    Public
    3000 Campus Hill Drive
    LivermoreCA94551
    (925)424-1000
    8,698 students
  • OaklandMerritt College
    Public
    12500 Campus Dr
    OaklandCA94619
    (510)531-4911
    6,786 students
  • FremontOhlone Community College
    Public
    43600 Mission Blvd
    FremontCA94539
    (510)659-6000
    10,172 students
  • Fremont
    Wyotech-Fremont
    Private for-profit
    200 Whitney Place
    FremontCA94539
    (800)248-8585
    1,490 students
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