Clovis Adult Education is a public college located in Clovis, California in the Fresno Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 302 undergraduate students. The Clovis Adult Education acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Health Service Preparatory Studies, Nursing Assistant, and Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN). Clovis Adult Education alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $29,900.
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This school is actually Clovis Community College, Fresno, Ca. This is the lastest community college in CA. Very mordern atmosphere. There are alot of groups you can get involved in, although there were no Africa American groups or groups from India. There were great instructors but there was also a lot of favoritism, which I hadn't experience before. The college had a shared police department with 4 others colleges, where they made there rounds but no police office on campus. There were lots of celebration and art shows. It's coming along nicely.
locally based and well respected, so very easy to extern.
There career services are very helpful and will get you ready for the real world.