Advising the Cuesta Rodeo Team is Agricultural Business instructor, Amy Stapp. Amy is committed to helping her students succeed at Cuesta Community College and beyond. It is no secret that the greatest amount of students transferring to Cal Poly come from Cuesta Community College. And Amy Stapp knows how to make this happen by advising students of the courses they need to take to make their path to Cal Poly or another four-year university successful.
Early Registration opens in May 19th, 2021. With early registration you will have the opportunity to have Priority Registration for best course selection. If you miss this deadline, not to worry, registration remains open until the end of the first week of classes in the Fall 2021. The first day of class is Monday, August 16th, 2021. For more information and to get registered contact Amy Stapp at email@example.com She can also be reached by phone or text at (805) 704-4728.
The main campus of Cuesta Community College is located on historic Highway 1, halfway between beautiful San Luis Obispo and beach-lined Morro Bay. The mailing address is: Cuesta College P.O. Box 8106, San Luis Obispo, CA 93403-8106 and the phone number is (805) 546-3100.
Cuesta Community College also has a North County Campus, located at 2800 Buena Vista Drive, Paso Robles, CA 93446 and the phone number is (805) 591-6200. South County Center is located at Arroyo Grande High School Office in Room 913, Corner of Orchard St. and W. Cherry Ave., Arroyo Grande, CA 93420. The phone number is 805-474-3913.
The first community college in the San Luis Obispo area was founded in 1916 as a division of San Luis Obispo High School, it lasted until 1919 with the United States involved in World War I. Cal Poly had a junior college division from 1927 to 1932. Miramonte College of Atascadero filled the void as a private institution from 1933 to 1936. The county's second public junior college was formed in 1936 as a part of San Luis Obispo High School District, but ceased operation in June 1959. On April 16, 1963, voters in SLO County agreed to form a community college district, forming the San Luis Obispo County Junior College District. In 1964, a limited evening division began at Camp San Luis Obispo, a California National Guard facility located between San Luis Obispo and Morro Bay. On October 4, 1965, the college was officially named Cuesta College. In 1970, Cuesta broke ground on its current campus west of Camp San Luis Obispo.
Located on State Route 1, the Cuesta campus is six miles (9.7 km) from the beaches of the Pacific Ocean and six miles (9.7 km) from San Luis Obispo (SLO). Cuesta College also has a satellite campus, known as 'North County Campus', located in Paso Robles, which is twenty-nine miles (47 km) to the northeast of the main campus near San Luis Obispo. Limited course offerings are also available at two other sites within the county operated by Cuesta College, one located at Arroyo Grande High School in Arroyo Grande, and the other located at Nipomo High School in Nipomo.