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There are 15 California community colleges currently offering this program. Find out which one is closest to you with the ZIP code locator.

The estimated total cost to earn a bachelor’s degree should be about $10,500 total for all four years.

No. Unfortunately, the California College Promise Grant (formerly known as the Board of Governors’ Fee Waiver) is not available for upper-division classes in this program, but you may be eligible for other financial aid. Check out ICanAffordCollege.com for more information.

Yes. Speak to a counselor at your community college campus or visit the articulation office at the college where you're looking to transfer.

Right now, there are limited programs and degrees available through the Bachelor’s Degree Program, but be sure to check out careered.cccco.edu or ADegreeWithAGuarantee.com for other California Community Colleges programs that are available.

All programs through the Bachelor’s Degree Program are fully articulated, as they would be at a CSU or UC. However, the bachelor degrees offered through the California Community Colleges Bachelor’s Degree Program are in career education and are not available through the CSU or UC systems.