In 2010, President Barack Obama called for the nation's colleges and universities to increase their graduation rates by 2020. This challenge was issued in response to reports that less than half of American students finished college and, when compared to other countries, the United States' ranking for the number of college graduates it produces had declined.
Citrus College has risen to this challenge by establishing a collegewide initiative, "Citrus College: A College of Completion." College of Completion is designed to encourage and support students as they endeavor to complete their college education, transfer to baccalaureate degree programs, and enter the career fields of their choice.
The Citrus College community has rallied to support the College of Completion initiative by offering a variety of academic programs and student services that facilitate student success. In addition, faculty and staff continue to research and implement strategies that lead to higher student engagement, achievement, and ultimately, degree completion.
Student Resources on Campus
Citrus College Completion Corps (C4) : Guiding students to completion through peer mentoring. The C4 Lounge is located in ED 223.
College Success Center : Offers tutoring, grammar clinics, access to learning software, and workshops on study skills. Located in ED 224.
ESL Lab : The Language Lab fosters cross-cultural education through conversation groups, reading clinics, and study groups. Located in ED 224.
Math Success Center : Drop-in tutoring is available. Current math textbooks are available for use. Math study groups are welcome. Located in MA 130.
SIGMA : SIGMA peer mentors provide one-to-one peer mentoring for first-year STEM students and facilitate math and science study groups. For times/locations of study groups, students can contact Ms. Riderer at
firstname.lastname@example.org or apply on the STEM website to be matched with a peer mentor. Located in PS 121.
Tutoring Center : Provides two hours of free tutoring per subject each week by trained peer tutors. Subjects include, but are not limited to, math, sciences, history, and foreign languages. Drop in tutoring is available. Located in ED 215.
Writing Café : Offers one-on-one writing consultations to help students develop their writing skills with any written class assignment. Located in ED 224. Students can make their appointments online at
2014 President's Circle
The Citrus College Foundation would like to recognize and thank the following generous business partners who enable Citrus College to provide completion resources to students.