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Admissions and Records
Area: Enrollment Services
Location: Student Services Building (SS), first floor
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/ar
Online Assistance: Help Desk
Phone: (626) 914-8511
Email: admissions@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: Admissions and records is the gateway to Citrus College. It processes applications, registration, and grades. The office is the official keeper of student records and provides services for students, including enrollment verification, requests for Citrus College transcripts, and applying for degrees and certificates. 

Services:

  • Academic renewal - improve GPA based on recent good performance
  • Admissions application
  • Credit by exam
  • Enrollment verification
  • Evaluation of degrees, certificates and certifications
  • External transcript evaluation
  • Registration services
  • Residency reclassification
  • Student petitions
  • Transcript requests

Athletics
Area: Student Engagement
Location: Physical Education Building (PE), room 112
Website: www.citrusowls.com
Phone: (626) 914-8650
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: The athletics program develops the student athlete both in competition as well as in the classroom. Participation in the college's varsity teams includes competition against other California community colleges. Students can participate in sports for up to two years.

Services:

  • Athletic eligibility
  • Priority registration
  • Registration services
  • Student educational plans for student athletes

Bookstore and Enterprise Retail Services
Area: College Services
Location: Ross L. Handy Campus Center (CC), lower level; Owl Bookshop (BK); Student Services Building (SS), first floor; Golf Driving Range (GR); Technology Center (TC), room 118
Website: citruscollegebookstore.com
Phone: (626) 914-8620
Email: bookstore@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: Bookstore and enterprise retail services consist of the Art and Coffee Bar, Owl Bookshop, Owl Café and Grill, Golf Driving Range Pro Shop, Cosmetology/Esthetician Spa, and vending to provide access to course materials necessary for learning excellence.

Services:

  • Course materials
  • Gifts and clothing
  • Food and drink services
  • Supplies

CalWORKs
Area: Student Services
Location: Student Services Building (SS), second floor
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/stdntsrv/calworks
Phone: (626) 852-8023
Email: calworks@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: The California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) program at Citrus College is responsible for providing support services to students who are recipients of Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF).

Services:

  • Academic, personal and career counseling
  • Ancillary requests for textbooks, supplies and fee reimbursement
  • Case management
  • Child care, mental health services, housing and legal aid referrals
  • Completion of county paperwork
  • Priority registration
  • Work study and job development
  • Workshops and support groups

Campus Safety
Area: College Services
Location: Campus Safety Building (CS)
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/campussafety
Phone: (626) 914-8611
Email: campussafety@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Officers are available on-campus 24 hours every day of the year

Description: The campus safety department strives to ensure the safety of students, employees and visitors while they are on campus property or are involved in college-sponsored programs and activities.

Services:

  • Investigate crimes and district policy violations, report injuries and accidents, and document the information in daily logs and incident reports
  • Respond to all incidents/emergencies on campus 365 days a year
  • Parking enforcement
  • Provide a safe, secure and friendly working and learning environment by having uniformed officers patrol all campus buildings and grounds on foot or in marked vehicles 24 hours a day
  • Provide safety escorts, vehicle unlocks, vehicle jumpstarts, lock cuts, and lost and found services
  • Provide training and education to the campus community regarding personal safety, crime prevention and emergency preparedness

Career/Transfer Center
Area: Completion Activity
Location: Student Services Building (SS), second floor
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/stdntsrv/ctcenter
Phone: (626) 914-8639
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: The Career/Transfer Center (CTC) serves students' career development and transfer needs. The CTC assists students in identifying a major, career choices and occupations through individual appointments, career classes, workshops, online resources and career assessments. The CTC also assists students in accomplishing their academic and transfer goals. It provides students with individual transfer planning assistance, transfer-related courses, workshops, transfer resource library, university visits and appointments with various university representatives.

Services:

  • Career assessments
  • Career workshops
  • College fairs
  • Counseling courses with a focus on career and transfer
  • Major and career exploration
  • Transfer awareness workshops
  • Transfer fairs
  • University representative appointments
  • University transfer application assistance
  • University visits

Cashier Office
Area: College Services
Location: Student Services Building (SS), first floor
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/finance/fiscal/cashier
Phone: (626) 914-8896
Email: cashier@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: The cashier office collects cash payment for class registration fees and outstanding obligations. It provides a variety of services for students, including discount movie and amusement park tickets. It also collects club dues and fundraising deposits, processes payment of the international student application, and distributes payroll paychecks.

Services:

  • Process student payments on student accounts

Community Education
Area: Campus Services
Location: Lifelong Learning Center (LL)
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/ce
Phone: (626) 852-8022
Email: conted@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: Community education classes provide a learning opportunity for people in all stages of life. Classes and workshops are fee-based courses, not for credit. Most classes are offered during the evening and on weekends. Community education classes are taught by experts in their field who bring hands-on, practical information to the classroom. Classes are open to all adults in the community. During the summer months, additional programming is added for teens and children.

Services:

  • Community education course proposals
  • Community education registration services
  • General community education inquiries

Concurrent Enrollment
Area: Pre-Collegiate Activity
Location: Student Services Building (SS), first floor
Website: Admissions Zendesk subsite
Phone: (626) 914-8511
Email: admissions@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: Concurrent enrollment, also known as dual enrollment, allows K-12 students the opportunity to enroll in college courses at Citrus College. Review the admissions and records website for detailed information on requirements for K-12 students to enroll. K-12 students do not pay enrollment fees.

Services:

  • K-12 students can enroll to take college classes for college credit

Counseling Services
Area: Student Services
Location: Student Services Building (SS), second floor
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/stdntsrv/counsel
Phone: (626) 914-8530
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: The Counseling and Advisement Center provides educational, vocational and personal counseling, orientations, academic advisement, course planning, and review of academic program requirements.

Services:

  • Assist students in assessing, planning and implementing short and long-range academic goals
  • Assist students in navigating personal, family or other social concerns
  • Crisis intervention services for students in emotional distress
  • Evaluation and interpretation of placement test results
  • Orientation services
  • Registration assistance

Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS)
Area: Student Services
Location: Student Services Building (SS), room 133
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/stdntsrv/dsps
Phone: (626) 914-8675
Fax: (626) 857-0687
Email: dsps@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description: Disabled student programs and services (DSPS) is committed to providing students with disabilities an accessible educational environment that allows each student the opportunity to reach his or her academic goals and participate in a full range of campus programs and services. The DSPS program offers services and instruction that assist students with disabilities to fully participate in activities, programs and classes offered by the college.

Services:

  • Adapted testing accommodations
  • Adaptive equipment
  • Alternate media
  • American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting
  • Braille and electronic text
  • Campus and community liaisons
  • Closed and real-time captioning
  • Computers with adaptive technology
  • DSPS courses
  • Equipment loans
  • High Tech Center
  • Priority registration
  • Specialized academic counseling
  • Telecommunication devices for deaf (TDD)

Early College
Area: Pre-Collegiate Activity
Location: Student Services Building (SS), room 212
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/stdntsrv/highschool
Phone: (626) 857-4162
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: The early college program enables students to complete their high school diploma and earn college credits simultaneously through a partnership between the high school and Citrus College. School relations and outreach assists in providing a smooth enrollment process for students. Students interested in the early college program should contact their high school counselor.

Services:

  • College courses in high school
  • Registration assistance

Early Decision
Area: Pre-Collegiate Activity
Location: Student Services Building (SS), room 212
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/stdntsrv/highschool
Phone: (626) 857-4162
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description: School relations and outreach coordinates outreach and recruitment activities for Citrus College. The team works with high school students to assist them in completing all necessary admissions and enrollment steps needed to become a registered Citrus College student.

Services:

  • Admissions application
  • Orientation
  • Campus tours
  • College fairs
  • Priority registration

Extended Opportunities Programs and Services (EOPS) and CARE
Area: Student Services
Location: Student Services Building (SS), second floor
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/stdntsrv/eops
Phone: (626) 914-8555
Email: eopands@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: Extended opportunity programs and services (EOPS) is a counseling program designed to provide access and retain students from educationally and economically disadvantaged backgrounds. The cooperative agencies resources for education (CARE) program provides additional services to eligible students who are parents receiving TANF/CalWORKs. These services are specifically tailored to help students balance their academic, work and family commitments.

Services:

  • Academic, career, transfer and personal counseling
  • Application and testing fee waivers
  • Book services (subject to funding)
  • CARE additional assistance with school supplies and textbooks
  • CARE grant and transportation assistance (if eligible)
  • CARE meal tickets
  • Financial aid and enrollment assistance
  • Outreach services
  • Self-development workshops
  • Tutoring

Financial Aid
Area: Student Services
Location: Student Services Building (SS), first floor
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/financialaid
Phone: (626) 914-8592
Email: financialaid@citruscollege.edu
Financial Aid Help Desk
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: The financial aid department assists eligible students with their educational expenses while they pursue an eligible educational program that leads to a certificate, degree or transfer.

Services:

  • Award and package student aid
  • Administer Federal Work-Study aid
  • Award scholarships
  • Provide financial aid outreach and information
  • Provide services to former foster youth
  • Provide services to homeless students
  • Verify student eligibility for financial aid

Food Services
Area: College Services
Location: Ross L. Handy Campus Center (CC), lower level
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/owlcafe
Phone: (626) 914-8615
Email: bookstore@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: The goal of food services is to provide healthy, affordable foods and snacks at facilities where students and staff can relax, study and visit with friends.

Services:

  • Catering/concessions
  • Owl Café and Grill
  • Owl's Nest Mobile Gourmet Food Grill
  • Art and Coffee Bar (Student Services Building)
  • Golf Driving Range Pro Shop
  • Owl Bookshop
  • Vending machines located throughout campus

Foster and Kinship Care Education Program and the Guardian Scholars Program
Area: Student Services
Location: Integrated Success Center (IC), room 180
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/fkce
Phone: (626) 857-4028
Email: fkce@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.

Description: The foster and kinship care education program is a statewide program, providing quality education and support services for foster parents, and specialized training for relative caregivers. The guardian scholars program is designed to help current and former foster youth obtain access, retention, and success in their college pathway at Citrus College. Our goal is to provide unique services, as well as academic and personal guidance, to help empower students on their educational journey to earning an associate degree, a career technical certificate, and/or transfer to a college or university.

Services:

  • Counseling
  • Financial resources
  • Lounge and computer stations
  • Priority registration
  • Student supplies

Graduation
Area: Completion Activities
Location: Student Services Building (SS), first floor
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/ar/pages/certificates.aspx
Phone: (626) 914-8511
Email: admissions@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: Graduating students must file a graduation application with admissions and records to receive a degree, certificate and/or skill award. The application allows students to apply for multiple awards at the same time. Filing deadlines can be found online or in the current class schedule. One commencement ceremony is held annually. For more information on participating in the graduation ceremony, visit the commencement web page.

Honors Transfer Program
Area: Academic Support
Location: Technology Center (TC), room 129
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/academics/honors
Email: Olivia Canales, ocanales@citruscollege.edu; Brian Waddington, bwaddington@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: The honors transfer program is designed for highly motivated students who are planning to transfer and want to participate in an enriched academic environment that promotes close interaction with outstanding faculty and other honors students. Honors courses are designed to meet transfer requirements for University of California (UC) or California State University (CSU) campuses, as well as many private institutions.

Services:

  • Alpha Gamma Sigma Honor Society information
  • Honors application
  • Honors counseling
  • Honors identification on transcript
  • Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society application
  • Priority registration
  • Scholarship opportunities
  • Small class sizes
  • Special recognition at graduation
  • Transfer Alliance Program (TAP)

International Student Center
Area: Student Services
Location: Student Services Building (SS), room 164
Website: isc.citruscollege.edu
Phone: (626) 914-8549
Remote Phone: (909) 929-1746
Email: isc@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description: The International Student Center provides the services needed to admit and retain international students with F-1 visas.

Services:

  • Assist students with adjusting to their new environment
  • Coordinate counseling and advising
  • Cultural enrichment opportunities
  • International student orientation workshops
  • Registration assistance

I Will Complete College
Area: Student Services
Location: Student Services Building (SS), room 214
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/stdntsrv/iwcc
Phone: (626) 852-6471
Description: The I Will Complete College program prepares new first-time college students who assess at, or below, college level in English and/or math to be successful college students and complete their educational goals.

Services:

  • Counseling appointments
  • Follow-up services
  • Referral to support services
  • Registration assistance
  • Priority registration

Library Services
Area: Academic Support
Location: Hayden Memorial Library (LI)
Website: libguides.citruscollege.edu/library
Phone: (626) 914-8644
Email: library@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: Faculty and staff members assist students, staff and community members in accessing information resources and library facilities in order to foster a productive learning environment. Assistance is offered face-to-face, by phone, and online via chat and text messaging. Faculty librarians teach information competency skills in library instruction sessions. Students have access to computers, individual and group study rooms, printers, quiet reading areas, and a library instruction classroom.

Services:

  • Access computers and printers
  • Access online articles and ebooks, and stream media collections 24/7
  • Attend course-specific library instruction
  • Borrow print books and periodicals
  • Borrow textbooks on reserve (for in-library use)
  • Charge mobile devices at charging stations
  • Get a photo identification card
  • Get technical support for campus logins and more
  • Reserve study rooms online up to one week in advance
  • Schedule individual research consultations with librarians

Main Computer Lab
Area: Academic Support
Location: Information Systems Building (IS), room 107
Phone: (626) 914-8570
Description: The Dan Angel Data Processing Center houses the college's main computer laboratory (IS 107). The computer laboratory has a variety of computers and software available to Citrus College students who need computing resources to complete their class projects and assignments. Additionally, computers are available for student use in the Hayden Memorial Library.

Services:

  • Open Computer Lab

Noncredit Education
Area: Academic Activity
Location: Lifelong Learning Center (LL)
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/ce
Phone: (626) 852-8022
Email: conted@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description: The noncredit education program offers tuition-free courses through Citrus College's Continuing Education Department. Noncredit courses are intended for students who want to gain general knowledge, learn a new skill or upgrade existing skills. Noncredit education assists students in achieving their personal and professional goals while also serving as a point of entry for students transitioning to credit instruction. Noncredit classes are NOT applicable toward a degree. However, upon completion of a series of required classes, students may earn a noncredit certificate of competency or completion.

Services:

  • Noncredit admissions application
  • Noncredit counseling
  • Noncredit registration services

Parking Services
Area: College Services
Location: Campus Safety Building (CS)
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/campussafety
Phone: (626) 914-8611
Email: campussafety@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: Parking on campus is by permit only. Student semester parking permits may be purchased online or at stations in parking lots.

STEM Center
Area: Academic Support
Location: Mathematics/Science Building (MA), room 129
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/stem/stemcenter
Phone: (626) 914-8723
Email: cfarias@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description: During remote instruction, students can receive help from qualified STEM Center tutors, through Microsoft Teams.

Services:

  • Course-specific study sessions
  • Open computer lab
  • Peer mentoring
  • STEM textbooks on reserve (for in-STEM use)
  • STEM tutoring

STEM TRiO
Area: Academic Support
Location: Center for Innovation (CI), room 102 or 107
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/stemtrio
Phone: (626) 857-4026
Contact:
Evelyn Uribe, STEM TRiO facilitator, euribe@citruscollege.edu
Sandra Aquino, STEM TRiO facilitator, saquino@citruscollege.edu
Monica Hernandez, administrative support, monicahernandez@citruscollege.edu
Dr. Marianne Smith, director, marsmith@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description: The STEM TRiO program is designed to assist first-generation, low-income, and/or disabled students majoring in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and allied health fields (e.g., nursing, dental, etc.) by offering a variety of services tailored to meet individual needs. All STEM TRiO services are free to active program participants.

Services:

  • Coaching/mentoring
  • Field trips and cultural experiences
  • Financial aid assistance and planning
  • Math/science tutoring

Student Health Center
Area: College Services
Location: Student Services Building (SS), first floor
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/stdntsrv/healthcntr
Phone: (626) 914-8671
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: The Student Health Center is funded by student health fees and provides medical and mental health, telehealth services. Students are referred to off-campus health care providers for treatments that are not provided by the Student Health Center. There is no consultation charge for currently enrolled students. Students can make and appointment by calling (626) 914-8671 or visit the Student Health Center website at the link listed above to complete the required forms. 

Services:

  • Condoms and personal hygiene items
  • Family planning services
  • Laboratory testing (e.g., blood, urine and pregnancy tests)
  • Plan B emergency contraception
  • Short-term personal counseling

Student Life
Area: Student Engagement
Location: Ross L. Handy Campus Center (CC), room 106
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/stdntsrv/studentaffairs/activities
Phone: (626) 852-6444
Email: studentlife@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description:
The student life and leadership development office plans and implements social and cultural activities, as well as other personal developmental programs for students. Student Life includes the Associated Students of Citrus College (ASCC). ASCC represents the interests of students on college committees and advocates for students at local and state levels. Student Life administers a comprehensive student activities program of social, cultural and professional development experiences. Student Life also manages the Ross L. Handy Campus Center (CC) facility, the Class Pass bus program, and the campus food pantry.

Services:

  • Basic needs
  • Campus activities
  • Campus clubs
  • Campus food pantry
  • Class Pass

Study Abroad
Area: Academic Activity
Location: Center for Innovation (CI), room 116
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/studyabroad
Phone: (626) 914-8560
Email: studyabroad@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: Study abroad allows students to make normal progress toward their undergraduate degrees while utilizing foreign resources and cross-cultural experiences. The program immerses students in other cultures. As students live in and learn to understand different cultures, they are challenged to re-examine themselves, their attitudes, and their studies. We offer semester-length programs in Spain (spring) and London or Rome (fall). Also available are four-week intersession programs during the summer and winter. Please check the study abroad website at the link above for updates and program availability.

Services:

  • Scholarship workshops and assistance
  • Study abroad registration and enrollment assistance

Testing Center
Area: Academic Support
Location: Various locations
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/lc/testing
Phone: (626) 914-8570
Email: testingcenter@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: The adapted (DSPS) testing provides administration and proctoring of exams in P1 109 for students registered with DSPS who require testing accommodations. Typical accommodations provided for adapted (DSPS) testing include extended time, large print, distraction-reduced exam space and adapted computer equipment.

Services:

  • Proctoring of adapted (DSPS) tests
  • Proctoring of online education tests

Title IX: Reporting of Sexual Misconduct
Area: College Services
Location: Administration Building (AD), first floor
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/titleix
Phone: (626) 914-8830
Email: bfink@citruscollege.edu
Description: Title IX of the Education Amendment Act of 1972 is an all-encompassing federal law that prohibits discrimination based on the gender of students and employees in educational institutions that receive federal financial assistance.

Tutoring
Area: Academic Support
Location: P1 109
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/lc/pages/tutorial.aspx
Phone: (626) 914-8570
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: Tutorial services, a College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) Level II Certification center, provides tutoring on a drop-in basis in most subjects by trained staff free of charge. Check the web page at the link above for subjects offered. Students interested in working with a tutor must sign up for the service and a Citrus ID card is required. Check web page for hours of operation. For up-to-date information regarding current remote serves, please feel free to visit the tutorial services web link provided above.

Services:

  • Tutoring

Veterans Success Center
Area: Student Services
Location: Integrated Success Center (IC)
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/stdntsrv/veterans
Phone: (626) 852-6421
Email: veterans@citruscollege.edu
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: The Veterans Success Center provides a one-stop location for student veterans to receive assistance with GI Bill educational benefits and support services. Staff members certify eligibility, process benefits, verify that coursework meets eligibility requirements, make counseling appointments, provide academic counseling and referrals, pull transcripts, assist with priority registration, and meet with professors to ascertain whether failing grades are the result of non-completion.

Services:

  • Academic counseling
  • Assistance with technology
  • Certification of benefits
  • Consultation with U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs representatives
  • Financial aid assistance
  • Food pantry
  • Mental health counseling
  • Residency reclassification
  • Transitional counseling
  • Verify student veteran benefits
  • Veteran education benefit enrollment

Writing Center
Area: Academic Support
Location: P1 109
Website: www.citruscollege.edu/lc/pages/writing.aspx
Phone: (626) 914-8570
Hours: Check the website for hours of operation.
Description
: The Writing Center, a College Reading a Learning Association (CRLA) Level II Certification center, provides assistance to all Citrus students requesting English tutoring, as well as students seeking help with essays, research papers, lab reports, or any other writing assignment. Services also include assistance with reading comprehension and strategies for note taking. Consultations by trained staff provide both drop-in and one-on-one appointment based writing consultations. A Citrus ID card is required. Check website for hours of operation. For up-to-date information regarding current remote serves, please feel free to visit the Writing Center web page at the link provided above.

Services:

  • Assistance with reading comprehension and strategies for note taking
  • Drop-in writing consultations
  • One-on-one writing online consultations
  • English and ESL tutoring
  • Writing assistance in any subject
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