Resources for Extended Learning Students

Extended Learning classes do not contribute to a degree. If you’re interested in an associate degree or transfer to a 4-year university, please visit the Reedley College Pathways page.



If you need help with a computer, Internet access, or other accessories, reach out to the RC Technology Department. 

Comcast is providing low cost Internet service through their Internet Essentials Program. 

Students are also encouraged to come to campus, park and use the college Wi-Fi from their cars (Parking Lots B & D). 


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Help with career and major exploration, resume assistance, and much more. 

Career and Employment Center


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Fresno County Housing Assistance 

Housing Authority of Tulare County  

The Homelessness Liaison can help you get connected to a support program on campus and provide information about the Reedley College dorms. The liaison will also help you get connected to Fresno County Resources to find local homeless shelters. ~   phone 559.494.3589  ~  text 559.419.0256  

Financial/School Materials


The Upward Mobility Pathways program provides assistance in connecting you to resources. For more information, use Starfish to make an appointment to speak with the Upward Mobility Pathways (UMP) Counselor Nancy Rodriguez. 

Health and Wellness


Our goal is to provide students with the information and services they need to maintain wellness.  

Reedley College Health and Wellness

Fresno County Behavioral Health

Tulare County Mental Health Clinical Services 

Domestic Violence


If you or someone you know needs help to get safe or stay safe from an abusive relationship, contact information the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1.800.799.SAFE (7233) which is a 24/7/635 hotline and confidential chat feature. 

Other Local Resources: 

Legal Services

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Email Erika Ramos 
Schedule an appointment with counselor 

The Dream Center is designed to provide information and academic counseling to new and continuing undocumented students at Reedley College. 

Education and Leadership Foundation

United Farm Workers Foundation