UNIVERSITY

College of the Redwoods

883 W. Washington Blvd
Crescent City, CA 95531
707-465-2380

Located on northern California's picturesque Redwood Coast, College of the Redwoods is a community college that delivers excellent academic and career technical education. Established in 1964, CR serves a diverse population of communities in Del Norte and Humboldt counties as well as the northwest section of Mendocino and western edge of Trinity counties. CR's main campus is located just south of Eureka in Humboldt County. Education centers are in Fort Bragg and Crescent City. Instructional sites can be found in Hoopa and Garberville. CR's Community Education office is located in downtown Eureka.

CR offers a wide variety of accessible learning opportunities, including online classes and other distance education options. CR awards Associate of Arts and Associate of Science Degrees as well as a wide variety of career technical certificates for vocational and professional development. It is an accredited, two-year institution that has articulation agreements with major four-year universities. CR is committed to the success of each student.

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Since its inception in 1965, College of the Redwoods has offered open admissions, small classes, affordable tuition, dedicated faculty, outstanding student services, flexible scheduling, and a student-centered campus. Come discover what CR has to offer and start making your mark on the world.

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Academics

At College of the Redwoods we work hard to provide you with a diverse range of opportunities to meet your educational expectations. CR's rigorous, high-quality curriculum, taught by dedicated faculty, can facilitate your needs whether your goal is to transfer to a four-year university, prepare for a new career, advance in your current job, learn new skills, or develop a personal interest.

CR's programs prepare students for transfer to four-year colleges and universities, or for immediate entry into a career as well as providing personal enrichment learning experiences. You can complete your degree as a full-time or part-time student, keeping your academic schedule flexible to fit your life.

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Student Life

Clubs and Organizations
CR has clubs and organizations at each campus ranging from social, educational, honorary, service and special interest. They contribute to the overall life of the college and provide a variety of opportunities for social interaction and exchange of ideas among CR students. LEARN MORE

Living On Campus
Live in a diverse community of 160 students under two roofs. The residence halls are a small community where you can relax and be yourself. The community includes staff to help you navigate the college resources and make your stay in the halls a positive experience. In addition, residents have evening access to the gym, on-site laundry facilities, as well as free admission to CR events. LEARN MORE

Recreational and Cultural Activities
Outdoor recreation opportunities are virtually limitless in the CR District. With seven powerful rivers, the Pacific Ocean, many lakes, as well as county, state and national parks, and wilderness areas, students live in the center of a recreational paradise. Local outdoor sports include kayaking, canoeing, whitewater river rafting, swimming, hiking, backpacking, rock climbing, road and mountain bicycling, river and ocean fishing, surfing, golfing, hunting and even disc golf.

Cultural activities also abound. There are more visual artists per capita in this area than any other place in California. Visit art galleries, museums, theaters and performance venues. There is a vibrant local music community with many local nightclubs and coffee shops, jazz, blues and reggae festivals. The North Coast is also developing a reputation for excellent and varied restaurants. LEARN MORE

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  • (707) 464-3885
  • 100 Walton St
  • Crescent City, CA 95531

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