American River College - Bachelor's Degree

American river college seeks to become the first step in helping its students create a future by understanding their academic goals and beginning their education to advance in professional and developmental education and build a successful career.

  • Average Tuition USD 25,322

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The roots of the college date back to 1942 as Grant Union Junior College, which in 1945 became Grant Technical College. In 1965, the institute became a part of Los Rios Community College District and the name was changed to its present name, 'American River College'. The college grew in infrastructure throughout 1970s and 80s, The expansion did not stop after that and the college has grown into one of the largest community colleges in the state.

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    Established in 1955

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        4700 College Oak Dr, Sacramento, CA 95841, United States

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            2012-2014, Paralegal Certificate

            I would highly recommend this school in order to get a paralegal certificate. The professors are all practicing attorneys and judges. The classes are hard and demanding, but if you do the work and study, you can achieve your goals. The is considered a law school education without the degree or high price. Many students go on to find great jobs and some use this as a stepping stone to law school.

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            1988-1990, Associate of Science (A.S.)

            Larry mentored a great number of us throughout his tenure. I think the current Forestry program is under a former student of his, so it is probably still the top C.C. Forestry program in the state. The instructors there seemed to truly cared about my education and development. I took all of my under graduate classes there before going to Humboldt State University to finish up with my B. of S. degree in Forestry. I definitely learned what I needed to know and more at ARC to be successful at HSU.

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            2011-2013, Associate's Degree

            After high school I attended nearly every single campus in the Los Rios district. Overall ARC was a delightful experience. Great professors, counselors, and overall campus atmosphere. Graduated with two Associates degrees and felt well prepared when I transferred over to CSUS last year.