Skyline College

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Skyline College
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Skyline College Campus
PresidentDr. Regina Stanback Stroud
Location, ,
37°37′45″N 122°28′5″W / 37.62917°N 122.46806°W / 37.62917; -122.46806Coordinates: 37°37′45″N 122°28′5″W / 37.62917°N 122.46806°W / 37.62917; -122.46806
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Skyline College is one of three comprehensive community colleges within the San Mateo County Community College District. Opened in 1969, the College is located just south of San Francisco in San Bruno, California on a site overlooking the Pacific Ocean.[1]

Skyline College claims an annual population of over 17,000 students.[2]

Students can choose from more than 100 degree and certificate programs.[3]


With a full schedule of courses leading to over 100 Associate Degrees and Certificates, and a Bachelor's Degree, Skyline College's academic programs aim to prepare students for transfer to a four-year university or to directly enter the workforce.[3]

Transfer opportunities[edit]

Key transfer agreements set with a wide range of public and private colleges.

Skyline College offers 18 Associate Degrees for Transfer (AA-T or AS-T). These degrees offer a streamlined pathway to transfer, securing guaranteed admission with Junior standing into the California State University system.[4]

Student government[edit]

The students of Skyline College have established a student body association named Associated Students of Skyline College (ASSC).[5] The association is required by law to "encourage students to participate in the governance of the college".[6]

The ASSC is a voting member of a statewide community college student organization named Student Senate for California Community Colleges. The statewide Student Senate is authorized by law "to advocate before the Legislature and other state and local governmental entities".[7]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "International Students | International Students | Skyline College". Retrieved 2016-09-27.
  2. ^ "Fact Sheet | About Skyline College | Skyline College". Retrieved 2016-09-27.
  3. ^ a b "Degrees and Certificates | Academics | Skyline College". Retrieved 2016-09-27.
  4. ^ "Associate Degrees for Transfer | Transfer Center | Skyline College". Retrieved 2016-09-27.
  5. ^ Associated Students of Skyline College. Retrieved 2018-5-19.
  6. ^ Section 76060 of the California Education Code. Retrieved 2018-5-19.
  7. ^ Section 76060.5 of the California Education Code. Retrieved 2018-5-19.

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