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Voted Most Afforable College in 2021

#1 Most Affordable College

SBVC Ranked most affordable community college in California, 2021

97% Debt Free

97% Debt Free

Over 97% of students do not pay out of pocket or incur any student loan debt while attending SBVC

202 Degrees and Certificates

202 Degrees & Certificates

SBVC offers many academic programs to prepare students to enter the workforce or transfer to a 4-year university

Top 10 Online College

Top 10 Online Colleges

SBVC ranked in Top 10 best online community colleges in California, 2021

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Hear what students say...

"I get to work hands-on with state-of-the-art technology and equipment. I love exploring all the classes campus has to offer, and learning more about this career field. I've achieved lead roles in short films, produced projects, and even became president of the Performing Arts Club. I've gained so many skills while attending SBVC and have had my name credited on so many proud projects. This will surely look stunning on my resume!"

Briana Navaro
Briana Navarro
Film, Television & Media Major

"SBVC has helped me reach my academic goals by providing excellent programs that help students like myself succeed. As a Veteran, I am grateful for those in the Veteran Resource Center who have always encouraged me to continue and been there to support me. This campus and staff have inspired me to move forward with my dreams and achieve my goals. After I graduate with my associate degree, I'm hoping to get accepted to UC Berkeley to pursue a higher psychology degree."

Ramon Ballesteros
Ramon Ballesteros
Psychology Major

"When I could no longer perform at my job due to my ill health and disability, I re-enrolled at SBVC. The CalWORKs staff embraced me, and provided not only support and counseling, but necessities like clothing. I am also pleased to be associated with Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPS), as they have a great support program for all students with disabilities. These programs have helped me on my academic journey towards my career goal of becoming a substance abuse counselor."

Amaka Edith Eboka
Amaka Edith Eboka
Human Services Major