Shelter In Place: Classes/Services Online Through Summer
Cabrillo College is in session with all classes and services being provided in an online format. We will continue online only course delivery and remote work through May 31, or until further notice. All summer session courses will also be online only. We will continue to follow the direction of the Governor’s Shelter In Place Order, along with the CDC, California Department of Public Health, and Chancellor's Office in determining when to resume in-person operations.
We want you to stay enrolled in your classes and succeed from home! Cabrillo staff members have been hard at work to help those without access to technology devices, and have secured Chromebooks and a smaller number of laptops, to loan out to students like you!
To be eligible to receive one of these loaner devices, please complete the application form .
The campus is closed to the public, but our service areas continue to answer questions remotely.
We plan on releasing our Summer/Fall Schedule in April. We are excited that you will join us!Information and Resources for New Students
New students - we welcome you! We are finding creative and exciting ways to offer all the courses and services you need to achieve your academic goals. We get it - this isn’t how you envisioned your first semester at Cabrillo; we encourage you to remain engaged, you can do this. We have put together a list of resources to ease your transition to Cabrillo College and help you get connected to our campus community.
Have a specific question? Please contact us for individual support:
The Welcome Center can help you:
Admissions & Records can help you:
Financial Aid can help you:
Placement and Planning Services can help you:
Academic Counseling can help you:
Call ahead! If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, cough, shortness of breath) call your healthcare provider or Student Health Services for risk assessment and self-care advice. Ask about quarantine and isolation.
If you have questions about Coronavirus/COVID-19, please call (831) 454-4242 between the hours of 8 am and 6 pm, Monday-Friday. Outside of these hours please call United Way of Santa Cruz County at 211 or text "covid19" to 211211.
SAMHSA’s Disaster Distress Helpline 24 hours at 1-800-985-5990 or text TALKWITHUS to 66746 (press 2 for Spanish)
Thank you for being patient with us as we navigate this pandemic. We have information below which could help students and our community get through it together.