South Coast College has a tradition of excellence dating back to 1961. For more than 50 years, South Coast College has helped highly motivated individuals improve their lives through education and career training.
South Coast College was founded in 1961 in Long Beach, California, as a private college called Stenotype School of Long Beach. The College relocated to Westminster in 1974, and the corporate name was changed to Whitley College. In 1980, Orange County College of Court Reporting merged into Whitley College, and the name was changed to South Coast College. The College moved from Westminster to Anaheim in 1993. Then in 2001, South Coast College relocated to a larger, freeway-accessible facility in the city of Orange, where it currently help students like you prepare for legal and medical careers.
Over the past four decades, hundreds of South Coast College students have gained the knowledge and skills to improve their lives. South Coast College has become successful as a college because of the graduates from our programs who have achieved great careers. The success story of South Coast College is the success stories of its alumni. South Coast College is very proud of its ability to help highly motivated individuals set and obtain their career goals. South Coast College has a commitment to continue to strive to improve its programs and to change to meet the challenges of today’s technology-based professions.
South Coast College believes that, with the highly competitive job market, postsecondary education is an extremely valuable asset. As a student at South Coast College, you will gain career-specific skills and knowledge, allowing you to qualify for a variety of in-demand careers. South Coast College works hard to achieve its mission.
The mission of SOUTH COAST COLLEGE is to provide quality education and training in a caring, student-oriented environment to highly motivated individuals who wish to improve their lives.
SOUTH COAST COLLEGE believes that, in this highly competitive business world, postsecondary education that trains people, both in the skills and the language of specific careers, is a valuable asset. The school was founded on the philosophy that concentrated training in a chosen career can offer an alternative or complement to other types of postsecondary education.