According to Wikipedia,
Glendale Community College is a public community college in Glendale, California. History The college was founded as Glendale Junior College in 1927, to serve the Glendale Union High School District which at the time included La Crescenta, Glendale, and Tujunga. From 1927 to 1929 classes were held in the buildings of Glendale Union High School at Broadway and Verdugo in the City of Glendale. In 1929 the junior college moved to the Harvard School plant of the Glendale Union High School District where it remained until 1937. In this year a new plant, part of the present one, was completed and occupied. The year before, in 1936, the Glendale Junior College District was dissolved as such and became a part of the new Glendale Unified School District. The name of the school was changed to Glendale College in 1944. On July 1, 1970, Glendale College became a part of the Glendale Junior College District. On April 20, 1971, the Board of Education adopted a resolution changing the District name to Glendale Community College District.
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If you graduate from Glendale Community College , then you can expect to earn an average of $41,100 per year. You also have a 81% chance of being employed after 10 years.
Demographic data is for full-time, on-campus students.
Glendale Community College is located at 1500 N Verdugo Rd, Glendale CA 91208-2894
Glendale has a violent crime rate of less than .01% and a property crime rate of less than .01%.
Glendale Community College is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:
Glendale Community College 's most influential alumni include professors and professionals in the fields of Literature, Criminal Justice, and Social Work. Here are some of Glendale Community College 's most famous alumni: