Ventura College East Campus

 
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957 Faulkner Road, 106, Santa Paula, CA 93060

Spring 2019


Mission and Program Purpose:

For over 38 years, the Ventura College East Campus, as an extension of Ventura College, has been an educational leader providing a positive and accessible learning environment that is responsive to the needs of students, promotes success, develops students to their full potential, creates lifelong learners, and fosters positive human values for successful living and membership in a global environment, for the Santa Clara River Valley Communities of Fillmore, Piru, and Santa Paula. This extension campus is a model on how institutions of higher learning can combine innovative programs, student support, and instructional technologies to provide outstanding learning opportunities and community services. Ventura College East Campus also serves as the center of operations for Ventura College Off-Campus Programs, including Dual Enrollment.


Instructional Program:

At Ventura College East Campus, courses are available to all students seeking to achieve their educational goals. Students may choose from a variety of educational programs, including a rotation of general education courses to earn an Associate Degree, courses to meet requirements for University Transfer, career and workforce education training, and basic skills. 

Ventura College East Campus 2019 Spring Semester Schedule of Classes


Associate Degrees at East Campus

Beginning January 2019, Ventura College will offer two associate degrees, whereby, students may complete required coursework entirely at the East Campus: 

  1. Associate in Arts in Arts and Humanities
  2. Associate in Arts in Social and Behavioral Sciences

What is an Associate in Arts Degree in Arts and Humanities or Social and Behavioral Sciences?

An Associate Degree in Arts and Humanities, and an Associate Degree in Social and Behavioral Sciences, are multidisciplinary, general areas of study, which provide students the flexibility to specialize and concentrate in specific areas of interest.  Successful completion of appropriate coursework will provide students a well-rounded education, enable students to seek entry-level employment in a variety of settings, and provide a solid foundation for those who wish to further their education. Associate Degrees in Arts and Humanities or Social and Behavioral Science afford students a liberal education background in preparation for careers in, but not limited to, fields of art and history; advertising and communication; education and teaching; government services; commerce or industry; and social, community, and human services; among others. Academic Counselors are available to assist students and members of the community with career and educational planning.


Library and Learning Resource Center:

Ventura College East Campus has a Library and Learning Resource Center (LRC) that also serves as a branch of the Ventura College library. The LRC provides Textbook Lending Library, access to over 10,000 research databases, full library service, open-access computer Lab, WiFi (wireless Internet), study areas, and math tutoring available to all Ventura College students.


Student Services:

Ventura College East Campus offers student services to all Ventura College students and prospective students. Bilingual (English/Spanish) staff are on site to assist students with educational planning, admissions, and registration.

Academic Counseling Admissions and Registration Financial Aid Services
Monday to Thursday, morning and evening appointments are available. Call (805) 525-7136 to schedule an appointment.
Walk-Ins Monday to Thursday, 9:00am to 7:00pm. For information contact Maiya Rodriguez at 
(805) 525-7136 or vcec@vcccd.edu.
Walk-Ins every Tuesday,
3:00pm to 6:30pm. For information contact Wendolyne Lopez at
(805) 289-6574 or wendolyne_lopez1@vcccd.edu.
 
Ventura College East Campus
957 Faulkner Road, 106 | Santa Paula, CA 93060
(805) 525-7136 | vcec@vcccd.edu