Lake Tahoe Community College
About Lake Tahoe Community College
Opened in 1975, Lake Tahoe Community College is a two-year, public institution offering associate degrees, certificates, career education and continuing education program. LTCC is focused on providing outstanding educational opportunities for every student in a personal learning environment.
South Lake Tahoe, California is a small community of nearly 30,000 located on the south shore of Lake Tahoe. The beautiful 164-acre, wooded campus less than 2 miles from the lake shore. At 6,229 feet above sea level, LTCC is the highest altitude college in California. The campus is near bike trails, ski resorts, Desolation Wilderness, and Emerald Bay State Park with miles of hiking trails, environmental education, and recreation.
With over forty associate degree options in addition to career and technical certificates, students can pursue a wide variety of interests such as a fire academy program and offerings in allied health, business administration, commercial music, criminal justice, digital media, and wilderness education. Transfer degrees prepare students for admission to California State University campuses.
DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES
Undergraduate: Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T), Associate in Science for Transfer (AS-T), Certificate of Achievement
1 job with Lake Tahoe Community College
The Director will take a lead role in the Library and Learning Services areas.