San Luis Obispo County Community College District
Established: 1963
Cuesta College is located at the heart of scenic San Luis Obispo County, and is highly regarded throughout the state for its excellent education programs, responsive student services and exceptional faculty and staff. Cuesta College offers classes at the main campus in San Luis Obispo, the North County Campus in Paso Robles, and the South County Center in Arroyo Grande.

Accreditation
Western Association of Schools and College

Instructional Programs
Lower division academic transfer courses, career technical education, short courses, continuing education, distance education, day and evening classes.


Degrees

73 Degree Programs:

25 Associate of Art degrees

16 Associate in Arts for Transfer degrees

23 Associate of Science degrees

9 Associate of Science for Transfer degree

Certificates

61 Certificate Programs:

17 Certificates of Achievement

39 Certificates of Specialization

5 Certificates of Completion


 

Student Services
Academic and career technical education counseling, children's center, student newspaper, art gallery, student radio station, Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPS), Extended Opportunity Programs and Services EOPS/CARE, financial aid, health center, Hollister Adobe Museum, learning skills, library learning resources, student development, transfer/career center, athletics and tutoring center.

Community Programs
Community education classes, online not-for-credit classes, special events, writer’s conference, College for Kids, 4th grade camp, sports camps, sports leagues, aquatics and fitness classes.


 

Total General Fund Budget

            2015-2016: $50.6 million

2014 Economic Impact Study Summary Results: click here

 

Enrollment

Spring 2016

Total: 10,399
San Luis Obispo: 6691
North County: 2267
South County: 882
Distance: 2770

Faculty and Staff 

Spring 2016

Full-time faculty: 159
Part-time faculty: 487
Classified staff: 230
Managers, administrators, supervisors and confidentials: 53

Board of Trustees, 2016-17

President: Patrick Mullen
Vice President: Angela Mitchell
Trustee: Pete Sysak
Trustee: Dick Hitchman
Trustee: Dr. Barbara George
Student Trustee: Michael Constable

Superintendent/President

Dr. Gilbert H. Stork

Assistant Superintendents/Vice Presidents

Student Services & College Centers: Sandee McLaughlin
Administrative Services: Dan Troy
Academic Affairs: Dr. Deborah Wulff
Human Resources & Labor Relations: Melissa Richerson

Executive Directors

Information Systems & Technology: Keith Stearns
Foundation/Advancement: Shannon Hill

Deans

Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences: Michael Jacobs (interim)
Academic Affairs, Mathematics and Sciences: Dr. Jason Curtis
Workforce and Economic Development: Dr. John Cascamo
Executive Dean North County Campus and South County Center: Dr. Maria Escobedo
Student Services: Catherine Machado