Visit our Website at:

Main Campus

5151 Pacific Avenue

Stockton, CA 95207

(209) 954-5151

Campus frequently called numbers are listed on page viii

Manteca Center

5298 Brunswick Road

Manteca, CA 95336

(209) 954-5151

Tracy Center

1895 W. Lowell Avenue

Tracy, CA 95376

(209) 833-7900

Other Off-Campus Sites:

Please call the main campus with questions

regarding these San Joaquin Delta College sites.

CSU Stockton

612 East Magnolia Street


Argonaut High School

501 Argonaut Lane


Lodi High School

3 Pacific Avenue


Tokay High School

1111 W. Century Boulevard

Rio Vista

Rio Vista High School

410 South Fourth Street

San Andreas

Calaveras High School

350 High School Street

Sutter Creek

Amador High School

330 Spanish Street

San Joaquin Delta College is accredited by the Accrediting

Commission for Community and Junior Colleges of the

Western Association of Schools and Colleges,

(10 Commericial Blvd., Novato, CA. 94949

(415) 506-0234), an institutional accrediting body

recognized by the Commission on Recognition

of Postsecondary Accreditation and the U.S.

Department of Education.

Programs Accredited or Approved by Professional

Organizations and/or National & State Agencies:

American Culinary Federation

California State University System

California State Department of Education

California State Fire Marshall

Commission on Correctional Peace Officer's Standards & Training

National League of Nursing Accreditation Commission

Office of Immigration & Naturalization Service

National Automotive Technician's Education Foundation

State Board of Registered Nursing

State Board of Vocational Nurse & Psychiatric

Technician Examiners

University of California


A student may choose to apply for graduation under either the graduation requirements in effect at the time of application for graduation or the graduation requirements in effect at the time of initial enrollment at the college, provided continuous enrollment is maintained.

Continuous enrollment requires the earning of college credit in at least one semester or summer intersession during each academic year without interruption. An academic year is defined as beginning with the summer intersession and including the following fall and spring semesters.

Emergency leaves of absence, which do not constitute a break in continuous enrollment, may be granted, where warranted, petition to the Vice President of Student Services. REF: AP 4100

Catalog rights may be superceeded by requirements of accrediting agencies/organizations.

This Catalog information is available on the Internet at It will be made available in alternate

format upon request to (209) 954-5330.