Palomar College’s Adult Education program is dedicated to empowering students to succeed and cultivating an appreciation of learning. Your journey with Palomar College is guided by outstanding faculty and staff who are committed to helping you succeed.
Palomar’s students come from all age groups and have the ability to enroll on a full-time or a part-time basis to fit college into their schedules. Whatever your academic goal, Palomar College has classes and programs that meet your needs and interests. In order to continue your education at your own pace, the program offers online and night classes to nearly 26,000 students.
The Career Technical Education division is committed to preparing today’s students for tomorrow’s careers. You can receive hands-on training and earn a certificate in areas such as:
- Public Safety
- Automotive Technology
- Emergency Medical
- Registered Nursing Program
Learning for Success
At Palomar, a student can earn an Associate’s degree or complete the general education requirements to transfer to a four-year university in two years or less. Students can also earn Certificates of Achievement or Proficiency in academic or career/technical training programs.
Student Support Services
Palomar’s main campus is in San Marcos, but they also have five convenient education sites throughout North County including locations in: Escondido, Camp Pendleton, Fallbrook High School, Mt. Carmel High School and Pauma.
Along with convenient locations, Palomar meets student needs by providing information on Financial Aid. Students can take advantage of waivers, grants, part-time employment, student loans and scholarships through the Financial Aid, Veterans and Scholarship Services Office.