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Are there any free colleges in California?

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Any California resident of at least 6 months can get a free education to any public California college as long as they are accepted into it.

California also has a program called ROP (Regional Occupational Program) that allows you to receive training in a particular vocation. This training can last anywhere from a few months to a little over a year. It is free as well, however you would receive a certificate not a diploma as it is not college.

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