Admissions - Cambridge Junior College, Yuba & Woodland CA

Cambridge Admissions Advisor are available to help every step of the way

Applying to college is a big decision and one that can drastically change your future. Cambridge is honored that you are considering choosing us as your career college in California. Our admissions staff is eager to meet with you to understand your goals and match you with the business or healthcare training program that’s right for you.

For a career training program in northern California, Cambridge is the choice for you if you are interested in…

  • Flexible schedules
  • Day & evening classes
  • Classes taught by experienced instructors
  • Courses specific to your career goals
  • Career services assistance for our graduates
  • And much more!

The application process is easy and convenient. Our Admissions staff will give you a tour of the campus, introduce you to available staff and faculty and guide you through the admissions process. In addition, our admissions staff will connect you to a Financial Aid Administrator who will assist you with any financial aid that may be available to you.

Our Process

Interview with an admissions representative – The interview is an opportunity for YOU to gather information about our medical career college and ask questions pertaining to the program you are interested in pursuing. During this process you can make an informed decision about your future goals.

Submission of your application package – Cambridge Junior College requires that all incoming students possess a minimum of a high school diploma or its equivalent for admission. Admission into the programs is based upon an interview, a skills test, and evidence that the student possesses a high school diploma or its equivalent or have passed the California High School Proficiency Examination, or that they possess a General Equivalency Diploma (GED).

Meet with Financial Aid Administrator – Completion of all required Financial Aid documentation.

*Initial Requirements – You must be able to speak and write English fluently. You must be a high school graduate or have certification of high school equivalency such as a GED. You must have achieved a passing score on our Entrance Assessment Test.

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