Cabrillo College empowers students to be effective communicators, critical thinkers, and responsible world citizens. With a commitment to quality and equity, we connect all learners to pathways that propel them from where they are to where they aspire to be, including: academic, personal, and career growth.
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APTOS >> Cabrillo College is making a promise: One free year of education for all local students, regardless of family income. The Cabrillo College Promise
Food and Housing Resources
Free Produce at Cabrillo Fresh Market!
If you are a Cabrillo student, faculty or staff in need of food assistance, keep Cabrillo Fresh Market on your calendar! The Cabrillo Student Services division distributes fresh produce in collaboration with Second Harvest Food Bank 1-2 times per month to help anyone in need. Come fill a reusable bag with FRESH PRODUCE FOR FREE! Students may start at 11:00, and staff and faculty may join in at 12:00. Click here for dates and details!
CCLC Affordability, Food & Housing Access Taskforce
Cabrillo College is participating in the Community College League of California’s Affordability, Food & Housing Task Force. The task force is studying solutions, analyzing effective practices and considering best policy approaches toward a system-wide set of recommendations to address housing and food insecurities faced daily by our students.
Cabrillo College Students of the Month
Each student selected shares their unique and meaningful perspective on their life as a Cabrillo College student.
Cabrillo Welcomes New Student Trustee Madison Raasch for the 2019/20 Academic Year!
The Cabrillo College Student Senate held elections in May 2019 and elected Madison Raasch to serve on the Cabrillo College Governing Board as Student Trustee for the 2019/2020 academic year. Madison is an Aptos High graduate, political science major and is Treasurer for the Cabrillo College chapter of Ignite.