Monday, March 23rd, we will begin transitioning virtual services into temporary emergency remote delivery, but we will have some services available via email and/or telephone.
Please remember- The on-ground classes closed last week to transition to online classes resume on MONDAY, MARCH 23rd.
The Eastern Sierra College Center (ESCC) is an instructional site of Cerro Coso Community College serving areas of California including Mammoth Lakes, Bishop, Big Pine, Death Valley and surroundings located in Inyo and Mono Counties.
The beautifully located Mammoth Lakes Campus is a full service campus offering the opportunity to advance education by taking classes for transfer, fulfillment of career, technical education or simply for personal fulfillment. A wide range of classes are offered on campus, televised through interactive television or online in lengths ranging from a semester to a few weeks. Individuals are encouraged to explore the broad spectrum of offerings. Campus facilities are available for outside events.
Student Apartments are available at our Mammoth Lakes campus! The apartments, managed by the Mammoth Lakes Foundation, feature a host of amenities to make your life in Mammoth enjoyable as you get your education. Reservations are being taken - don't delay! Learn more about the South Gateway Student Apartments at www.mammothstudentapartments.com.
The Mammoth Lakes Foundation sponsors counseling services free of cost to Cerro Coso students at the Mammoth Lakes Campus. Any student seeking counseling sessions should visit South Gateway Student Apartments (SGSA) for a referral. All referrals are kept confidential. More information can be found here.
Dave McCoy recently passed away at 104 years old. Dave was instrumental in the development of our Mammoth campus and the Mammoth Lake Foundation, which assists our local students in a big way through scholarships. The video is a tribute to Dave McCoy.
Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra is working on developing a National Wounded Warrior Center adjacent to the Mammoth Lakes Campus. The NWWC will support servicemen and women by facilitating their transition into fulfilling civilian lives through education, rehabilitation, health, and wellness. For more information visit www.woundedwarriorsmammoth.org.
A Tribute to Dave McCoy
The following is a list of programs that can be completed by taking classes only at this site and not online. Students are always allowed to take classes at more than one site in order to complete a program. The full list of programs is available at http://www.cerrocoso.edu/academics/programs.
Campus Closed in July
M-Th: 8:30am to 1:00pm
& 2:00pm to 6:00pm
M-Th: 8:00am to 8:00pm