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What We Offer

General Education UC/CSU Transfer Program

Provides High-demand Transfer Courses for Accelerated High School Students and Working Adults

IVC students can earn transferable college credit at IVC. IVC also now offers a tailored series of classes sequenced so that students can transfer to a four-year university in just two years. Class size for this program is limited and students are encouraged to enroll early to ensure a space in class. Students who complete the first two years of their four-year baccalaureate degree at College of Marin will save thousands of dollars on the cost of their higher education. These transferable classes will be offered evenings and weekends so that working students can complete their transfer requirements and keep their day jobs. Accelerated high school students can get a jump-start on their college degrees by enrolling in classes that transfer to four-year universities.

Workforce Development Programs

Over the past four years College of Marin's Indian Valley Campus (IVC) has served as a vital resource for workforce training featuring a variety of programs, including Solar Technology, Automotive Technology, Automotive Collision Repair Technology (ACRT), Environmental Landscaping and Organic Farming, Water Management, Administration of Justice, Business, Court Reporting, Dental Assisting, Early Childhood Education, Emergency Medical Technician, Machine and Metals Technology, Welding, , Medical Assisting, and Multimedia. These programs provide high-quality learning opportunities for students of all ages interested in pursuing a career.

Community Education

Provides Opportunities for Enrichment at IVC

In addition to earning college credit in workforce training or transferable courses, students of all ages can continue to learn at IVC by enrolling in ESL and not-for-credit Community Education classes. Community Education offers access to a variety of affordable, interesting, and high-quality classes such as: art, computer basics, business applications, photography, yoga, meditation, and dance.

Community Education web site

Emeritus Students College of Marin (ESCOM)

Offers a World of Lifelong Learning

The Emeritus Students College of Marin (ESCOM) program at IVC offers mature students a world of opportunity to support lifelong learning and to network with like-minded individuals. ESCOM sponsors film presentations, lectures, art shows, and social events, as well as clubs. The ESCOM Council serves as an advocate for lifelong learning on College of Marin's participatory governance system and articulates ESCOM views related to new programs, forums, and course directions.

For information, contact:
415.457.8811 ext. 8322

The Intensive English Program

Fun but Rigorous

The Intensive English Program at IVC is an international community of English language learners. Small classes, excellent instructors, and fun, but rigorous coursework are key to more than 30 years of success in Marin County. Marin residents, au pairs, F-1 international students residing in the U.S., and other students learning English as their second language are invited to enroll in this very rewarding intensive English language learning program.

For information, contact:
Sara Oser, IEP Program coordinator
415.883.2211 ext. 8579
sara.oser@marin.edu

Intensive English Program web site

 


Indian Valley Campus Website
Technical Contact: Julie Oyle, Department Assistant, 415.883.2211 ext. 8200
Content Responsible: Nanda Schorske, Dean of Workforce Development, College and Community Partnerships, 415.883.2211 ext. 8108