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American River River College opened its doors as California s 61st public junior college in 1955. Its history, however, dates back to February 28, 1942, when Grant Union Junior College was established in Del Paso Heights to train civilian personnel for national service during World War II. In 1945 the name was changed to Grant Technical College.

Programs of Study and (number of subprograms) are: Behavioral and Social Sciences (10); Business (6); English (4); Fine and Applied Arts (13); Humanities (11); Mathematics, Engineeing andDesign Technology (3); Physical Education (4); Science and Allied Health (12) and Technical Education (7):Mortuary Science/Funeral Service Education. The programs lead to Associates Degrees or Certificates of Completion.

The College is located in Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA. Total enrollment is approximately 21000.

Location: 4700 College Oak Dr, Sacramento California 95841 Telephone 916-484-8011 Toll Free: 916-484-8261

Other Education nearby:
(Sacramento) American River College
(Sacramento) California Academy of Merchandising Art
(Sacramento) California State University Sacramento
(Sacramento) Capital Bible College
(Sacramento) Cosumnes River College
(Davis) D-Q University

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