Facts and History

Quality education accessible to all students 

  • A variety of classes available
  • Associate Degree Programs
  • Associate Degree for Transfer Programs (ADT)
  • Certificates of Achievement (Career Tech Education)
  • A variety of classes TRANSFERABLE to the UC & CSU campuses and Fresno Pacific University and only $46 per unit
  • A dynamic campus culture with a highly qualified staff who embraces the diversity, individualism, and uniqueness of our student population
  • Highly competitive athletic programs include men’s and women’s soccer, swim and dive, and cross country running.
  • Campus clubs, campus events, organizations, student activities, student government, and volunteer opportunities

 Ready to serve you:

  • Academic Counseling & Student Educational Planning (SEEP)
  • Athletics
  • CalWORKs
  • Career Center and Employment Services
  • Child Development Center and Lab School
  • Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSP&S)
  • Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS)
  • Financial Aid
  • First Year Experience (FYE)
  • Health Services
  • High School Enrichment Program
  • Leon S. Peters Honors Program
  • Library
  • Next Up Foster Youth Services
  • Psychological Services
  • STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)
  • Student Clubs & Organizations
  • Study Abroad Programs
  • Transfer Center
  • TRIO Programs
  • Tutorial Center
  • Veterans Resource Center

History of the North Centers and Clovis Community College:

2020

Clovis Community College recognized as a 2020 Champion of Higher Education for the third consecutive year from the Campaign for College Opportunity for the extraordinary work in awarding and implementing the Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT).

Statewide, Clovis Community College is:

  • #1 in Associate Degrees for Transfer awarded, based on enrollment.
  • #1 in transfer students to UCs/CSUs, based on enrollment.
  • #2 in Associate Degrees earned with fewest units accumulated.

2019

Clovis Community College recognized as a 2019 Champion of Higher Education from the Campaign for College Opportunity for the extraordinary work in awarding and implementing the Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT).

Statewide, Clovis Community College is:

  • #1 in Associate Degree for Transfer Awards as a percent of all Associate Degrees Awarded.
  • #1 in Associate Degree for Transfer Awards relative to campus enrollment (FTES).
  • #15 for Growth in Associate Degree for Transfer Awards.
  • #40 in Total Associate Degree for Transfer Awards (across all California Community Colleges).

2018

Clovis Community College recognized as a 2018 Champion of Higher Education from the Campaign for College Opportunity for the extraordinary work in awarding and implementing the Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT).

Statewide, Clovis Community College is:

  • #1 as a percent of total Associate Degrees awarded that were an Associate Degree for Transfer in the 2016-2017 academic year.
  • #2 in the proportion of Associate Degree for Transfer awards relative to the total full-time enrolled students (FTES) in the 2016-17 academic year.

2017

Clovis Community College wins “Best of Clovis” competition for the 2nd year in a row from the Fresno Bee.

2016:

Dr. Lori Bennett hired as the 2nd Clovis Community College President.

2015:

Clovis Community College received Initial Accreditation from ACCJC.

Board of Governors approved the 113th college in the state of California, Clovis Community College.

2014:

ACCJC approved name change from Willow International Community College to Clovis Community College Center.

2014:

Board of Governors approved name change from Willow International Community College Center to Clovis Community College.

2014:

The Board of Governors approved the Needs Assessment Report.

2013:

First college campus president, Deborah Ikeda, hired to oversee the campus.

2012:

The District disbanded the North Centers with Oakhurst and Madera Community College Center no longer associated with the Clovis site as a collective group of centers; Willow International Community College Center retained accreditation under Reedley College, and the organizational plan shifted to more autonomy as required by ACCJC.

2012:

Willow International Community College Center received Candidacy Status from ACCJC.

2011:

The Board of Trustees appointed Terral Kershaw as the Campus President.

2010:

Willow International Community College Center opened Academic Center Two (AC2).

2007:

The former Clovis Center (now called the Herndon Campus) moved to new location (at Willow Avenue and International Avenue) and was called the Willow International Community College Center.

Willow International Community College Center opened Academic Center One (AC1) at the current location on 110 acres.

Willow International Community College Center received Center status (included Academic Center One, Child Development Center, and café/bookstore).

1992:

SCCCD established the Clovis site as the third site of the North Centers (along with Madera and Oakhurst) and hired a Vice Chancellor of the North Centers to oversee the North Centers.