A2B (Associate's to Bachelor's Degree) Program
The A2B Program provides transfer support for any Cañada student who is interested in the majors offered through the University Center. The A2B Program also provides academic support to students taking classes at the University Center. All services are provided at no cost to students.
BTO (Beating the Odds) Peer Mentorship Program
The First Generation Peer Mentorship Program is designed to support First Generation students in their educational endeavors. Mentees will receive support and services from mentors and student leaders on campus, faculty and staff, as well as participate in campus events and organizations that will aid in enriching their overall college experience
TRiO- Student Support Services (SSS)
The TRiO-Student Support Services Program provides academic, social, and personal support system for students, to assist them with basic college requirements, and to motivate them towards a successful completion of their college education. The program offers instruction in study skills, tutoring services, academic counseling, guidance on career options, assistance in securing admission and financial aid for enrollment in four-year institutions, mentorship, and the overall support of the entire staff
Cañada College Career Center
The primary goal of Career Services is to assist students to develop and carry out both short- and long-term employment and career goals. They provides many services including career advising, resource library of career exploration and job hunting books detailing preparatory education, training and labor market trends for career areas. In addition, they also provides access to access to over 100 career related websites as well as EUREKA, a computer based California career information system.
Cañada College Office of Financial Aid
Cañada College Office of Financial Aid mission is to aid students and prospective students in their understanding, application, and timely receipt of all eligible financial aid resources they need to reduce in the significant barriers the costs of higher education present. Their philosophy is that everyone is deserving of an education and they support this entitlement through education, compassion, and respect.
Cañada College Psychological Services
Cañada College Psychological Services offers a safe and trusting environment to facilitate mental health care by providing supportive psychotherapy for registered students at no charge. The Psychological Services Department at Cañada College believes that a successful college experience requires, as its foundation, a sense of emotional well-being.
Cañada College Transfer Center
Cañada College Career Center mission is to assist students with their transition to university life by providing services and information. Students interested in transferring to a four-year college or university may use transfer Services to research universities, majors, academic requirements, college costs , and other transfer matters. Resources include college catalogs, college directories, articulation information, and access to PROJECT ASSIST, a self-guided site that provides general education, major, and course equivalency information.
Center for Student Life and Leadership Development
The mission at The Center for Student Life and Leadership Development is to create a learning environment outside of the classroom. They provide services, programs, and information that promote leadership development. In addition, they also support student success in leadership roles and processes by encouraging students to participate in campus life through their clubs, student government (ASCC), and volunteer opportunities.
Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS)
EOPS is a state funded program that aims to help low-income and educationally disadvantaged students succeed in college. EOPS provides the following services: counseling, priority registration, book services, workshops, transfer services, and other types of support. To be eligible for EOPS, students must be a California resident, enrolled in at least 12 units when accepted into the program, meet the guidelines for the Board of Governors Waiver (BOG), and have an educational disadvantage.
Outreach Program at Cañada College
The mission of the Outreach Program is to be the 'face' of Cañada College and support its' mission by encouraging high school students and community members, especially those from underserved populations, to pursue a college education via the excellent Cañada College programs and services, as an avenue to reach their career and life goals.
The STEM Center at Cañada College
The STEM Center at Cañada College was created to foster the study of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) and to support students pursuing their education in STEM. They offer extensive programs, services, and academic support for all students taking STEM courses, as well as a collaborative space for study groups, tutoring, and STEM club meetings.