At Compton College, we are committed to providing a well-rounded college experience for all of our students. Enjoy a robust campus life full of activities, athletics and personalized support from our student services.
At Compton College, we are dedicated to ensuring your success by providing essential resources. Apply for: Laptops, Wi-Fi Hotspots, Financial Grants, Housing Grants, and Food Resources.
The SRC assists students with disabilities so they have equal access to all educational programs and activities on campus.
The Compton College Child Development Center accepts applications for enrollment of infants, toddlers, and preschool children. If you are a student or an employee of Compton College, you may be eligible for FREE or low-cost child care.
Compton College has partnered with Metro to offer students a GoPass with unlimited free rides on a variety of Metro, city, and local bus and rail lines.
Obtain a free Compton College identification card, used for student identification, Library services, campus activities, computer labs, etc.
Admission Applications, Eligibility, Enrollment Steps, Outreach & School Relations, Residency Requirements and Transcript Requests.
Counseling services are made available to students through drop-in advisement or scheduled appointments.
Nursing (ADN) Program Applicants: Meet with a Counselor for your Nursing Verification of Eligibility Appointment.
Our Athletic Counselor ensures our student-athletes are meeting degree requirements and developing their educational plans.
Meet with a counselor to create your Student Educational Plan (SEP) to choose the courses needed to reach your academic and career goals.
Transfer Students: Meet with your Transfer Center Counselor to strengthen your transfer and career opportunities at Compton College and beyond.
Guided Pathway Advisors are experts in their academic field who help you choose the specific courses necessary to complete your major.
English as a Second Language (ESL) Students: Meet with your ESL counselor.
A searchable class schedule showing open and available classes is available online and reflects the most current class information.
View the current Compton College Course Catalog.
Get more information on viewing, ordering and obtaining transcripts.
Keep track of all the most important Compton College dates and deadlines, holidays, and Commencement.
The Holifield Library provides print, audiovisual, multimedia, digital resources, research assistance, library tours and instruction orientations, and group study rooms.
The Student Success Center (SSC) provides students with Tutoring (in-person & online), Computer Stations, Study Rooms, Stem Center and Support Services.
Get your textbooks, equipment and Compton College gear at our bookstore, open for in-store shopping and online.
The Cooperative Work Experience Education (CWEE) Program is designed to help you relate your college courses to your career goals. The Job Placement Specialist will assist you in making the transition from college to career.
Compton College student health fees pay for a wealth of services, by appointment, at our Student Health Center, including vaccines, medical care, lab testing, birth control, counseling and therapy.
Schedule Academic Tutoring at Compton College.
Hungry? Stop by the Everytable Cafeteria for your daily FREE meal with your valid Compton College Student ID card.
The STEM Center provides support to students majoring in mathematics, physics, engineering, biology and physical sciences so they can excel academically and transfer to four-year institutions.
Students in need of immigration legal services, the Coalition for. Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA), can help.
Learn more about Virtual Career Preparation via Tartars@Work.
The Library-Student Success Center (L-SSC) has a sophisticated instructional computer lab with state-of-the-art computers connected to our network.
The ASG Student Council plays an important role in allocating student activity fees, coordinating Compton College activities and representing student views. Get involved today.
You may request Compton College transcripts (coursework completed beginning with summer 2019) online. Each student is entitled to two free transcripts.
The Math & Science Center provides FREE group tutoring on a drop-in basis by trained teacher associates and peer tutors
The Reading and Writing Center provides free tutoring on a drop-in basis. Tutors assist students in deciphering writing tasks, organizing writing assignments, and developing content and critical thinking.
Learn more about EOPS and CARE assistance programs for low-income and educationally disadvantaged students.
CalWORKs helps students receiving Temporary Assistance to Needy Families and those in transition from welfare obtain educational degrees and certificates while gaining work experience that leads to sustainable employment.
A motivational, challenging, and enriching federally funded TRiO program for high school students interested in pursuing careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).
The Honors Transfer Program (HTP) at Compton College is designed to better prepare the highly motivated student to complete abachelor’s degree.
The First Year Experience is a community-based program designed to help students succeed in their first year of college life by providing extra attention and academic support.
The Formerly Incarcerated Students in Transition Program provides academic, social and economic support for students reentering the community after incarceration.
The Oliver W. Conner College Promise Program was established to make a college education more accessible and affordable to high school graduates from the Compton, Lynwood and Paramount Unified school districts. Apply today.
Guardian Scholars is a comprehensive and integrated program that unites community partners and academic leaders to empower foster youth to successfully transition into independent living.
Compton College provides support and resources to all AB 540, DACA, TPS, undocumented students, and students with mixed-status families.
AmeriCorps College Fellowship program or "College Corps” is a state-funded program that allows California students to receive a stipend and education award for committing to a year of service. Learn more.
Learn more about current Compton College scholarship opportunities and applications.
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Learn how to keep yourself safe and sound on the Compton College campus.
The First Year Experience is a community-based program designed to help students succeed in their first year of college life by providing extra attention and academic support. Learn more.