Now Open for In-Person Classes. COVID-19 Updates.

Outreach Menu

Welcome to the Cerritos College Outreach Menu page where you’ll find a host of programs and servicesFranco Falcon available, both in-person and virtually, for our partners in education! 

You’re encouraged to view an array of outreach options below, and please use the Outreach Menu hyperlink to submit your request(s).

Thank you for visiting, and we look forward to serving you and your students/group soon!



The Assessment Center provides assistance with the SRT, an online questionnaire which provides students with the opportunity to place into transfer-level English/ESL (English as a second language) or Math courses based on their U.S. high school records. There are two sections of the SRT: one for English/ESL and one for Math. Based on U.S. high school G.P.A. and other academic-related questions, students may be placed directly into transfer-level courses in the areas of English/ESL and Math.

The Cerritos College CalWORKs (California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids) Program assists students receiving the adult portion of cash aid attain their educational and career goals.

The Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education program, or known as the C.A.R.E. Program, provides resources and support necessary for disadvantaged, single, head of household, CalWORKs/TANF recipients to improve their educational opportunities and seek to enhance their employability, minimize their welfare dependency, and establish self-sufficiency through enrollment and completion of a degree or job training program.

The Cerritos Complete Promise Program is our student success initiative that focuses on our students’ pledge to earn and complete their degrees or certificates on time. This program provides opportunities for these students to obtain the skills and knowledge needed for college, explore a variety of careers, save money on their college education, and graduate from college on-time. Cerritos Complete is a partnership between Cerritos College and our seven local school districts: ABC, Bellflower, Compton, Downey, Lynwood, Norwalk-La Mirada, and Paramount Unified School Districts.

EOPS is a student support program that provides academic and developmental services to underserved students who face social and economic barriers. EOPS provides over and above services, such as academic counseling, tutoring, textbook support, and priority registration, to assist students in achieving their academic and career goals.

If you would like to invite Cerritos College and/or specific departments to your fair, please complete the Cerritos College Outreach Form. We look forward to providing representatives who will connect with high school students (and parents) and provide information about Cerritos College, enrollment-related assistance, and information on student services and programs.

The Falcon's Nest provides centralized support services for students facing basic need insecurities. This is accomplished through access to on and off campus resources, community collaboration, and advocacy that ensures a student's educational success.

The Financial Aid Office at Cerritos College is committed to providing students with the support and resources needed to meet their educational expenses as they work towards achieving their educational goals at Cerritos College. We work to maintain a foundation of respect, integrity and empathy in every interaction. If you would like to request a session or workshop, please review our outreach offerings below and complete our request form.

Leaders Involved in Creating Change (LINC) provides holistic services to support current and former foster youth attending Cerritos College with their academic and career goals. Through campus and community partnerships, we seek to facilitate access to resources and opportunities that will enhance our students’ growth and success.

The Dual Enrollment program provides information to high school teachers, counselors, administrators, students and families who are interested in learning more about high school students taking Cerritos College classes. 

The Scholars' Honors Program (SHP) is the academic and social home that Cerritos College provides for talented and motivated students who plan to transfer to four-year institutions.  Students who complete the honors program receive priority admissions consideration to first-rate universities and their respective honors programs.

Mission: To promote Cerritos College and assist prospective students towards a successful transition from high school to college. School Relations provide prospective students with greater access to Cerritos College through our recruitment, outreach, and collaborative efforts.

The mission of Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is to assess, address, and provide reasonable accommodative service and referrals to students with disabilities, enabling them to equally access and fully participate to the best of their abilities in the curricular and related activities of the Cerritos College community.

Cerritos College’s Teacher TRaining ACademy (Teacher TRAC) is a national award-winning teacher preparation program that serves students interested in teaching early childhood, elementary, secondary or career technical education (CTE).  Teacher TRAC provides guided pathways that serves all students interested in teaching at any level or in any subject area.

The Transfer Center is here to assist you on your journey to the four-year college/university! If you are interested in better understanding the pathway from community college to the four-year university the Transfer Center is here to assist you.

The Cerritos College Umoja Student Success Program is committed to enriching, fostering, and nurturing the educational experience of all students, especially African American and first-generation college students, ultimately preparing them for academic, personal, and professional success beyond Cerritos College.

Stay Connected

Site Map | Accreditation | Disclaimer | Document Readers | Report a Website/Accessibility Issue | Safety Reporting | Consumer Information Last Update: 8/26/2022