We are here to help you! Explore a variety of CBC campus resources designed to help you soar.
I-BEST is a nationally recognized teaching model that propels students toward course completion with academic and financial assistance. Two instructors collaborate in every I-BEST classroom: one teaching college-level content and one providing targeted academic support to students like you!Learn more
You're a new mom trying to navigate successfully through your college experience. CBC understands how difficult that can be and recognizes the unique needs of new mothers by providing on-campus lactation rooms in which students can express milk in a private, relaxing setting. Find out how you can sign up for and use these rooms to provide for your baby while attending CBC!Learn more
Interested in transferring to pursue a degree in engineering, science or math? The MESA program at CBC can help you! MESA supports your success and offers transfer advising, visits to universities and STEM conferences, industry connections and more. Apply and become part of the MESA community today!Learn more
We care about our students! The SBIT brings together a group of campus employees to help students who may be struggling to succeed at CBC in a variety of ways. If you see something happening with a friend or fellow student, say something to the SBIT team today!Learn more
We serve low-income and first-generation students, as well as students with disabilities, through advising, transfer planning and tutoring. Our goal is to help you attain your AA degree at CBC and transfer to the university of your choosing. Find out how we can help you reach your goals!Learn more
CBC recognizes what a huge transition it is to re-enter civilian life and especially to navigate college in the midst of that transition. We are dedicated to supporting military-connected students like you throughout your college experience. Come enjoy free coffee every day, as well as access to computers, counselors, certification and a variety of other services tailored to help you succeed at CBC!Learn more
Workforce Education Center (WEC) is your one-stop shop to gain information about many different funding opportunities. Grants are available for students seeking a professional technical degree or certificate, individuals re-entering the workforce, low-income students, and more! Visit us to see what YOU qualify for!Learn more