Community College District

A community college district is a United States school district associated with a community college or colleges. Some community college districts are run by state governments; others are separately governed by an elected school board.

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Law Enforcement In California - College and University Agencies
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Marin Community College District
... The Marin Community College District (MCCD) is the community college district serving Marin County, California ... In addition to traditional college-age students, the District serves concurrently-enrolled high- and middle-school students, as well as adults ... MCCD operates one community college, the College of Marin ...
Community Colleges In The United States - Governance
... Generally, there is a state level board governing universities, colleges, and community colleges ... Each university and community college district will have its own board that is accountable to a state-coordinating agency ... For a comprehensive list of American community colleges and their state level governing boards http// A more thorough ...
San Mateo County Community College District
... The San Mateo County Community College District consists of three colleges in California College of San Mateo in San Mateo, Cañada College in Redwood City, and Skyline College in San Bruno ... The district serves more than 25,000 students each day with both day and evening classes ... The San Mateo County Community College District offers online services via WebSMART College application Bookstore Electronic counseling service Final grades GPA Calculator ...

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