College of Marin, located in Kentfield, California, was founded in 1926, when it was known as Marin Junior College. In 1947 the school changed its name to the current, and in85 merged with Indian Valley College. Due to the merger the school operates two campuses within Marin County at Kentfield and Indian Valley. The school is accredited by the Western Association of School and Colleges. The area of Marin is known for its excellent year round weather, outdoor activities, and is a short drive from Napa and Sonoma as well as San Francisco.
As a two year institution, College of Marin provides certificates and associate degrees in a large number of subjects. Certificate and career oriented degree programs prepare individuals with the skills and knowledge necessary to enter the workforce immediately after graduation. Degree granting career programs will have general education courses within the curriculum. Academic programs are typically taken to fulfill the first two years of a four year education, and allow for transfer into a bachelor program upon completion. College of Marin has agreements with schools in the University of California and California State University systems that guarantee admissions if certain requirements are met.
Programs offered include:
In addition, the school offers non-credit courses to individuals wishing to explore educational opportunities in a given semester for enjoyment or betterment rather than a degree.
Admissions and Financial Aid
Students interested in enrollment at College of Marin must complete and submit the admissions application available online and attend a Success Orientation presentation. Students should also meet with a counselor to determine what program and classes they should take. Once all these are completed, all that is left is to register for classes and pay all outstanding feed. Financial aid is available in the form of waivers, loans, grants, scholarships and work study programs. Most of the financial aid available requires students to complete and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which will be used to determine eligibility and awards.
The College of Marin offers a variety of intercollegiate sports programs for students to participate in. These programs will have students competing with others throughout the state, entering organized tournaments and maintaining a healthy and friendly atmosphere of competition. Additionally, these programs will help students develop useful skills for the future, such as teamwork and discipline.
Track and Field
Swimming and Diving
Volleyball (Women Only)
Softball (Women Only)
Baseball (Men Only)