Campus Facilities and Learning Resources

Adaptive PE/Fitness Center

The Adapted Physical Education Center is the home of the Fitness Center. It is located between the main gymnasium and tennis courts. This facility offers exercise and fitness programs for students, Citrus College employees and community members.

The center features cardiovascular training machines and weight machines also modified to accommodate persons with disabilities. These machines include treadmills, flexacisers, stationary and recumbent bicycles, arm ergometers and stand aids. Individual progress is monitored by checking blood pressure (if needed), strength, endurance and flexibility.

The Adapted Physical Education Program is also conducted at the Adapted PE facility. Students with physical limitations can participate in this exercise and health-related physical fitness program, which includes adapted physical education courses and adapted aquatics.

Aquatic Center

The Aquatic Center is the home of the water polo and swim teams, and is sometimes selected as the site for regional championship events. The Adapted Aquatics program and several other kinesiology credit classes are also conducted at the Aquatic Center facility.

The Aquatic Center houses a therapy pool that is utilized by the athletic training staff to help treat injured athletes. Sometimes the Aquatic Center is chosen as a location for television and movie shoots.

Art Gallery

The Art Gallery is located in VA 120 in the new Visual Arts (VA) building and features year-round exhibits by students, faculty and staff.

Athletics Facilities

Citrus College’s athletics facilities are among the best in Southern California. The 10,000-seat football, soccer and track stadium includes an all-weather track, a field turf playing surface and a turf practice field. Citrus College athletes have the advantage of premium practice facilities: one weight training room, a double-circuit (64-station) fitness center, two equipment rooms and two athletic training rooms.

The campus’ athletic facilities also feature a two-story Field House, baseball field, softball complex, and the Citrus College Gymnasium and offices.

The Field House provides facilities to support football, baseball, soccer and cross country teams. The two-story building includes locker rooms, offices, equipment storage, and restrooms. The softball complex has two softball fields both with artificial turf in the outfield, dirt infields and state-of-the-art scoreboards.

Campus Center

The Campus Center, located on the first floor of the ED building, is maintained by the Associated Students of Citrus College and provides a space to congregate for students and the college community. A Campus Center host is on duty in the lounge area ensuring that the facility is used in accordance with district policies. For their safety, children visiting the Campus Center must be accompanied by an adult.

Cashier/Bursar Offices

The Cashier’s Office is located in the Student Services Building, room SS 124. Students are able to pay registration fees online through WingSpan or by cash, check, money order or travelers check at the Cashier’s Office. Associated Student (ASCC) stickers can be picked up at this location. Payroll paychecks are distributed from this location.

The Bursar's office is located in the Administration Building, room AD 203. The Bursar's office processes refunds and replacement warrants for financial aid and fee refunds. Refunds are processed automatically 45 days after the first week of class and mailed to the address listed in WingSpan. Once the original refund check has been outstanding for 30 days or more and the intended recipient has not received it, they will be asked to complete either an address change form or an affidavit at the Bursar’s Office to initiate a reissuance.

Holds are placed on student accounts by the Bursar’s Office for outstanding obligations such as library fines, credit card charge-backs and other financial or non-financial responsibilities. All outstanding obligations may also be paid online using Wingspan or in-person at the Cashier's Office.

The Bursar’s Office submits outstanding student obligations to the State of California for collection. Outstanding obligations are subject to a 33% fee.

Parking permits are purchased and issued online at The Permit Store. Students must pay registration fees in full prior to receiving access to The Permit Store.

Golf Driving Range

The Range At Citrus features two hitting surfaces, natural grass and mats, eight target greens, a sand trap, 29 stations, a chipping area and a 2,500 sq. ft. putting green. This golf practice center, which is open to the public, offers lessons from a PGA professional instructor, two Golf Professionals, and from Citrus College instructors. The well-lighted golf driving range is open seven days a week. A well-stocked pro shop and snack bar provide added convenience. We also offer gift certificates. Please contact The Range for hours of operation, (626) 914-8688. The Range At Citrus is located at the southwest portion of the campus near the baseball field, with entrance from Citrus Avenue. Designated parking for golfers is available in front of The Range.

Haugh Performing Arts Center

Robert D. Haugh Performing Arts Center

The Robert D. Haugh Performing Arts Center serves as a cultural focal point for the San Gabriel Valley, welcoming more than 100,000 annual visitors. The 1,400-seat proscenium theatre brings world-class artists to Citrus College, while serving as the home of the college’s thriving Visual & Performing Arts Division.

Haugh Presents

This curated season features a matchless combination of notable entertainers, world class artists and memorable family programs that make for an unforgettable experience. Highlights from the 18/19 Haugh Presents include folk music legends The Kingston Trio in their Legacy Tour, a night of star-turning theatre with L.A. Theatreworks in Steel Magnolias, on-point, rebellious comedy with Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, Latin Grammy nominees La Santa Cecilia and more! Young audiences and their entire family can also experience the thrill of live theatre with performances of The Hungry Caterpillar and Journey to Oz. Buy more and save more! Purchase the series, or select shows and receive deep discounts, reserved seating and more! And, Owls pay half price. Students, faculty and staff can receive up to two, half price tickets with the presentation of a valid Citrus College ID or an ASCC sticker. Visit the Haugh's website to learn more.

Visual & Performing Arts Division Productions

The Visual & Performing Arts Division offers a selection of performances across all disciplines that highlight the talent, expertise and dedication of our students and faculty.

The Vocal Music Program and the renowned Citrus Singers present two major productions each year, including the popular holiday extravaganza “Christmas Is…” and a spring review featuring show-stopping numbers from Broadway, the Great American Songbook, or Movie Music Classics.

Sierra Wind Symphony and the Concert Choir perform popular music in their annual “A Night of Music From Film,” each year featuring composers such as John Williams or Danny Elfman, and themes tying together an unforgettable cinematic evening.

The annual “Battle of the Big Bands” features Citrus College’s Blue Note Orchestra and the neighboring Azusa Pacific University’s Jazz Ensemble as they join forces on one stage in a back and forth duel that features jazz, swing, and favorite standards.

The Citrus Music Theatre Workshop presents Broadway-quality musicals such as Mary Poppins and Beauty and the Beast featuring spectacular scenery and costumes. Local professionals join forces with the entire Visual & Performing Arts Department to create epic and memorable theatrical experiences.

The Dance Program presents two annual concerts featuring both student and faculty choreography, showcasing the many disciplines represented in the Citrus College Dance Program.

Spring brings several student music events including the Spring Choral Concert and the Pop Rock Showcase.

The Theatre Program presents multiple productions in the Citrus Little Theatre throughout the year, ranging from student-produced work such as Emerging American Voices and Citrus Theatreworks to professionally directed plays such as Trip to Bountiful and Book of Days.

Learning Center

The Learning Center provides instructional support services across the curriculum including Tutorial Services, the Writing Center, ESL Lab, and Testing Center. The Learning Center is open to all Citrus College students with a Citrus ID card. Check the website for schedules and activities. All services provided in the ED building will be relocated in the upcoming year due to remodeling; details to follow.

Testing Center

The Testing Center provides administration and proctoring for exams in the following locations:

ED 215: Adapted testing for Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSP&S) students who require accommodations due to disabilities or other circumstances may arrange to take their exams through Adapted Testing. Typical accommodations provided by Adapted Testing include extended time, large print, distraction-reduced exam space and adapted computer equipment. Check the website for hours of operation.

IS 107: New Student Assessment testing for English, ESL, and Math placement. This test is administered through a computerized “smart” placement test to determine students’ initial placement into English, ESL, and math courses. Check website for the current schedule of New Student Assessment/Orientation sessions. Online Education exams, referrals for the chemistry diagnostic, Assessment test, and referrals to retake any portion of the Assessment test. Check the website for hours of operation.  

The Writing Center

The Writing Center provides assistance to all Citrus students requesting English and ESL tutoring, as well as students seeking help with essays, research papers, lab reports, or any other writing assignment. The Writing Center services also include assistance with reading comprehension and strategies for note taking. Consultations by trained staff provide both drop-in and one-on-one appointment based writing consultations. A Citrus ID card is required. Check website for hours of operation.

Tutorial Services

Tutorial Services, a College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA) Level II Certification center, provides tutoring on a drop-in basis in most subjects by trained staff free of charge. See Tutorial website for subjects offered. Students interested in working with a tutor must sign up for the service and a Citrus ID card is required. Check website for hours of operation.


The ESL Lab is an interactive language learning center that promotes cross-cultural education to Citrus students who need to complete their required lab hours. The lab offers a variety of activities to help improve English skills including grammar DLAs, vocabulary building games, reading exercises, peer-facilitated study groups, and conversation groups. Check website for hours of operation.

The Main Computer Lab

The Dan Angel Data Processing Center houses the college’s main computer laboratory (IS 107). The computer laboratory has a variety of computers, printers, and software available to Citrus College students who need computing resources to complete their class projects and assignments. Additionally, computers are available for student use in the Hayden Memorial Library.

Library Services

The Floyd S. Hayden Memorial Library/Learning Resource Center is a two-story, 33,000 square-foot facility containing approximately 42,000 print volumes, 24,000 ebooks, 60 print periodical subscriptions, over 1,100 textbooks on reserve, 2,400 physical and 28,000 digital/electronic streaming media titles. The library also subscribes to 50 databases which are searchable on or off campus. The library catalog can be accessed online through the library’s home page.

Library facilities feature individual seating for over 500, six multi-media rooms, 12 group study rooms and 124 student computers. Computers are available in the reference and audiovisual areas, including second floor media rooms and in the library instruction classroom. Adaptive technology is available to visually impaired students including adapted keyboards, JAWS, and Kurzweil 3000 software.  A videophone is also available to hearing impaired students. Five copiers and a color copier are available in the Copy Room and black and white, color printing and several scanners are also available in the library. Students are invited to explore the library's many resources and services, to become acquainted with the staff, and to use the library as a pleasant place to study and relax.

The library staff assists students with their research for term papers, speeches and personal information needs. The library staff includes two full-time faculty librarians, five adjunct faculty librarians, and 13 classified staff members including Library Media Technicians I, II & III, Library Media Assistants, a Reference Technician, Lab Supervisor and an Audiovisual Media Assistant. The library also employs student workers.

Faculty librarians collaborate with faculty to customize information competency instruction for specific courses and assignments conducted in LI 118 and online via CCCConfer. Library reference staff assist students with research for class assignments through one-on-one instruction in person, by phone, e-mail, text message and online chat. Librarians are also available for one-on-one consultations with all students, including those with special needs.

STEM Services and Activities

STEM majors and students interested in and/or taking courses in science, technology, engineering and mathematics have access to a wide variety of support and enrichment services and activities, including:

Math and Science Tutoring:
Drop-in tutoring is available to all math and science students in the STEM Center (MA 129). Current math textbooks are available for use. Study groups are welcome.

Study Groups:
Peer facilitated study groups are available for many math and science courses. Groups are open to all students. Complete homework and get your questions answered.

For current hours for all of the above, visit the STEM website.

Summer Research Experience:

STEM students learn and earn during 8- to 10-week summer research experiences at local universities and research institutions. Applications are available on the STEM website and are accepted December through early-February. Check website for additional information.

STEM TRiO Student Support Services

The STEM TRiO Student Support Services project at Citrus College strives to empower qualifying STEM and Health Sciences students to achieve their personal, educational and career goals by providing support systems, resources, and services that promote retention and completion. Participants receive personalized mentoring, math tutoring, book loans, and financial aid assistance and planning. TRiO staff support participants’ individual transfer and career development interests. For more information email

Bridge to the Geosciences

Discover how your STEM major and individual interests relate to the geosciences and how they translate into exciting careers through participation in the NSF-funded Bridge to the Geosciences project. Participants will explore a variety of subfields of the geosciences through travel to local and national institutions and research facilities including the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the Wrigley Marine Science Center (Catalina Island), and the National Center for Atmospheric Research (Boulder, CO). Contact Marianne Smith, Ph.D. at for additional information.

Student Email

Citrus College provides each student with an e-mail account. All students are to use their Citrus College e-mail account, as this is the e-mail address where all college information will be sent and where students can access the waitlist information. Visit the Student Email webpage for more information.

Study Abroad Program

Citrus College students have the opportunity to study abroad through Citrus College and the Southern California Foothills Consortium.

Semester-length programs are offered in London, England (fall) and Spain (spring). Students may study in Italy or Costa Rica (winter) and Japan (summer).

Courses are taught by Citrus College faculty and/or faculty from the Consortium member colleges. Most courses are CSU/UC transferable and meet general education requirements.

See Study Abroad page for more information.