This community college offers many two-year degree and certificate programs in diverse subjects. Though it had only 948 students in 1970, the enrollment currently exceeds 10,000 students per semester. Located on 160 acres of leased land with unobstructed mountain views, the campus has a multi-cultural student base. Classes are offered in many subjects including equine science, computer information, drafting and hospitality, to name a few. Working closely with local businesses and industries, the college provides appropriate courses to benefit the needs of the community. When hunger strikes, eschew the cafeteria in favor of fine dining at the Culinary Arts Department's in-house restaurants, Artichoke Grill and Desert Oasis.