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|Type||Public, Community College|
|President||Geraldine M. Perri|
|Students||12,605 [Spring 2012]|
|Location||Glendora, CA, United States|
|Campus||Suburban - 104 acres (42 ha)|
|Colors||Blue and White|
Citrus College is a community college located in the Los Angeles suburb of Glendora, California;; the Citrus Community College District which supports the school includes the communities of Glendora, Azusa, Charter Oak, Claremont, Monrovia, and Duarte. The school is the oldest public community college in Los Angeles County, California; it was founded in 1915 by educator Floyd S. Hayden. Until 1961 the school was operated by the Citrus Union High School District. As of 2006, Citrus College enrolls over 12,000 students.
According to the Public Policy Institute of California, Citrus College had 632 students who transferred to universities during the 2005-2006 academic year, ranking seventh in the area.
The Haugh Performing Arts Center (HPAC) is a 1440-seat proscenium venue located on the 100-acre (40 ha) campus of Citrus College. HPACC is host to over 140 performances annually, with over 100,000 patrons in attendance. Seats are no more than 90 feet (27 m) from the stage.
The campus also holds a larger herbarium.
The opening title sequence for the 2010 film MILF was filmed on campus near the Hayden Library and fountain.
- Citrus College is home to the acclaimed Citrus Singers program. This program, started by Ben Bollinger back in the 60's, has provided a foundation for students to learn music and perform. Many of its alumni have gone on to be performers on Broadway and Television. This group is now under the direction of Doug Austin.
- Dale Salwak, Professor of English. Author of numerous acclaimed books, including "Teaching Life," a memoir of over 35 years of teaching.
- Larry Eustachy - Head Men's Basketball Coach for Colorado State University
- Carlos Fisher - baseball, Cincinnati Reds pitcher
- Chris Limahelu - football, USC Trojans
- Lionel Manuel, former New York Giants Wide Receiver who played seven seasons in the NFL, grew up in Rancho Cucamonga.
- "USC Record-setting Kicker Chris Limahelu Dies". USC Trojans. usctrojans.com. April 7, 2010. Retrieved 21 June 2010.
- "Lionel Manuel". databaseFootball.com. Retrieved October 22, 2013.