Campus Locations


Eureka Campus

The Eureka campus for the College of the Redwoods is located just south of the city of Eureka, 270 miles north of San Francisco. Classes began in the permanent site in September, 1967. At this location, more than 1,000 classes are offered per semester, serving approximately 5,000 full and part-time students.

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In addition to the main campus, College of the Redwoods has a strong commitment to serve the residents of the district by providing campuses in Crescent City and instructional sites in the Klamath-Trinity and Garberville areas.

Del Norte Education Center

The Del Norte Education Center is located in Crescent City, 30 miles south of the Oregon border, near Point St. George and serves the residents of that area with Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees and LVN nursing programs. Permanent facilities were dedicated at this site during the fall of 1984.

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Pelican Bay State Prison

The Pelican Bay Scholars Program offers Associate’s Degrees to Incarcerated Students at Pelican Bay State Prison. Located in Del Norte County, Pelican Bay is a maximum security prison with an approximate population of 2300.

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Klamath-Trinity Instructional Site

The Klamath-Trinity Instructional Site is located on the Hoopa Indian reservation, approximately 60 miles northeast of Eureka.

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Eureka Downtown

Community Education and Adult Education are located in downtown Eureka.
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Eureka Old Town

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Our locations provide a comprehensive system of quality education for North Coast residents and students from across the country.

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