Cape Cod Community College, popularly referred to as 4-C's, was founded in 1961. This 2-year community college is a part of the 15 community college system in Massachusetts. The campus of the 4-C's is located in West Barnstable, Massachusetts, and offers enrollment to more than 4,000 students every semester.
Cape Cod Community College offers associate's degrees in arts and sciences, along with certificate programs in various areas of study. Advanced degrees are also offered through partnerships with other colleges and universities. The academic departments of this college are:
The 4-C's sponsors a number of student organizations and clubs such as the Arts Club, the Basketball Club, Caritas, the Dance Club, the Debate Club, the Gay Straight Alliance Club, and Phi Theta Kappa. Dana Mohler-Faria, President, Bridgewater State College; and Christopher Rodriguez, Associate Director of the National Hurricane Center, are among the notable alumni of this college.
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