Our Colleges

Four Great Colleges

The four Los Rios colleges – American River College, Cosumnes River College, Folsom Lake College, and Sacramento City College – serve nearly 75,000 students throughout the Sacramento region. Our colleges offer a wide array of engaging degree, transfer, and certificate programs to help students into careers they’ve always dreamed of.


American River College

4700 College Oak Drive, Sacramento, CA 95841

Exterior of American River College's library at dusk Exterior of American River College's library

Interior of American River College's library Interior of American River College's Library

American River College's student center American River College's Student Center

American River College's Natomas Center Entry sign for Natomas Center

American River College is the largest college in the Los Rios district. It is located on the northern edge of Sacramento and has five satellite campuses – the Mather Center, the Natomas Center, the Sacramento Regional Public Safety Center, and Twin Rivers. Its mascot is Bucky the Beaver.

American River College  


Cosumnes River College

8401 Center Parkway, Sacramento, CA 95823

Cosumnes River College's Winn Center Exterior of Cosumnes River College's Winn Center

Interior view of Cosumnes River College's Winn Center Interior view of Cosumnes River College's Winn Center

Exterior of Cosumnes River College's library Exterior of Cosumnes River College's library

Dancers in the courtyard outside of Cosumnes River College's library Dancers in the courtyard outside of Cosumnes River College's library

Cosumnes River College (CRC) the third largest college in the Los Rios district. It is located on the southern edge of Sacramento and takes its name from the Cosumnes River, which flows just a few miles to the south. CRC has a satellite campus in Elk Grove, California. Its mascot is Hawkeye the Hawk.

Cosumnes River College  


Folsom Lake College

10 College Parkway, Folsom, CA 95630

The outside of Aspen Hall on a sunny day Folsom Lake College's Aspen Hall

Empty baseball field during sunset Folsom Lake College's baseball field

Students hanging out in an exterior lounge area El Dorado Center's exterior lounge

The outside of the Rancho Cordova Center Rancho Cordova Center's main entry

Performance on Harris Center's main stage Harris Center for the Arts at Folsom Lake College

Folsom Lake College is the fourth largest college in the Los Rios district. It is located on the eastern edge of Sacramento County in Folsom and takes its name from Folsom Lake, which is just a few miles to the north. Folsom Lake College has two satellite campuses – the El Dorado Center and the Rancho Cordova Center – and is also home to the Harris Center for the Arts. Its mascot is Falco the Falcon.

Folsom Lake College  


Sacramento City College

3835 Freeport Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95822

Wide angle shot of the Rodda Hall entrance Rodda Hall entrance at Sacramento City College

Exterior of Sacramento City College stadium Exterior of Sacramento City College stadium

Sacramento City College's panther mascot outside of the performing arts center Sacramento City College's panther mascot outside of the performing arts center

Sacramento City College is the second largest college in the Los Rios district. It is located south of downtown in Sacramento and has two satellite campuses – the Davis Center and the West Sacramento Center. Its mascot is the Panther.

Sacramento City College