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Palomar College

Palomar College is a public JUCO university located in San Marcos, California. The tuition to attend is is $1,328 for in state students and is $5,472 for out of state students. The average net cost to attend Palomar College is $5,203 and 0% of students get in. There are roughly 22,535 students that attend Palomar College.

More information on Palomar College can be found by going to their academics page or their admissions page.

You can contact the Men's Wrestling Head Coach Brody Barrios at (760) 744-1150 or by filling out the recruitment questionnaire.

Palomar College is a community college with one campus, three centers and four education sites in San Diego County, California, United States. The main campus is located in San Marcos, while the three centers and four education sites are located elsewhere throughout north San Diego County. The largest of these by student population is the education center located in Escondido. Two new centers will be opening in Rancho Bernardo and Fallbrook for summer 2018 classes. The South Education Center in Rancho Bernardo is located on 27 acres at 11111 Rancho Bernardo Road and the North Education Center in Fallbrook is located on 81 acres at 35090 Horse Ranch Creek Road. Other education sites are located at Camp Pendleton, Fallbrook High School, the Pauma Indian Reservation, and at Ramona High School. The Palomar Community College District's facilities improvement measure, Proposition M, was passed by 57% of voters in the November 8, 2006 General Election. As a result, the $694 million provided by the measure, as well as over $200 million in matching funds from the State and an additional $37 million from Proposition 1D, is providing for the implementation of the college's Master Plan 2022. In 2009, the college developed an "Integrated Planning, Evaluation, and Resource Allocation Decision-Making Model (IPM). This IPM aligns the college's long-range Master Plan, its mid-range Strategic Plan, and its short-range Program Review and Planning processes while also incorporating the new Resource Allocation Model (RAM).