College of The Redwoods

College of The Redwoods
College of The Redwoods - The College of the Redwoods puts student success first by providing accessible, relevant development, technical and vocational education.

The college works with the community to contribute to economic vitality and lifelong learning in its service sector.

The College continually evaluates student learning, institutional performance and practices to address diversity, promote a healthy community environment, and improve our programs and services to improve student learning.

The College of the Redwoods puts student success first by providing accessible, relevant development, technical and vocational education.

  • We offer affordable, high quality and affordable higher education in our region.
  • We pioneer the effective use of all learning methods (such as teaching, distance learning, internship and field work) to give students the knowledge and skills they need to succeed.
  • We encourage and encourage a learning community between students, teachers and staff.
  • We offer students a strong individual care and guidance.
  • We achieve justice in all areas of student achievement.
  • The college works with the community to contribute to economic vitality and lifelong learning in its service sector.

Our employee training courses are tailored to the needs of the regional workforce.
Our graduates find opportunities on the ground that enable them to become valuable members of the community.

We have important partnerships with all stakeholders in the community (such as employers, high schools, and the HSU University) so we can respond to the current and emerging needs of students and the community.

The communities we serve consider CR a "center" of cultural, social and economic activity.
We have partnerships that promote success by promoting the safety, health and well-being of our students.

The College continually evaluates student learning, institutional performance and practices to address diversity, promote a healthy community environment, and improve our programs and services to improve student learning.

  • We are a flexible organization that is able to effectively evaluate and respond to the changing needs of our students and our community.
  • We leverage the latest technologies, equipment and facilities across the region to support learning, communication and institutional performance.
  • We understand the uniqueness of each campus center and give it autonomy to meet the needs of the campus and society. This ensures that decisions are made in an inclusive and service-oriented way.
  • We have clear and transparent processes for basic and decision-making processes.
  • We have excellent communication, coordination and cooperation between the universities.
  • Our students, faculty, staff, board members, and curricula reflect the diversity of communities we serve and are culturally sensitive, respected, and excellent
  • We value and encourage the participation and empowerment of students, and we involve underrepresented student communities.

County Redwoods Community College was founded in January 1964 by the election of Humboldt County voters. A $ 3,600,000 bond was issued for the first construction of today's Eureka College campus.

From 1965 to 1967, the college offered courses and programs on the campus of Eureka High School. More than 1,800 students were enrolled in college between 1965 and 1966. The first staff members of the college are 31 full-time faculty and administrators and about 85 part-time faculty members.

In May 1975, residents of the coastal province of Mendocino voted for annexation to Redwoods County, and in July 1978, Del Norte joined the province.

The initial construction of the college's Eureka campus, seven miles south of Eureka, began in 1968 and was completed in 1975. The Del Norte Education Center was founded in 1981 in Crescent City and the Mendocino Educational Center south of Fort Bragg in 1986. The college also maintains the Klamath-Trinity facility in Hubba, India, about 60 miles northeast of Eureka.

The college celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2014.

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