Program sizes are relatively small when compared to other postsecondary programs, with a range of 15-30 students. The Nurse Assistant Certified and Vocational Nurse program have a mandated ratio of 1 teacher per 15 students.
CRY-ROP is approved to offer Pell Grants and loans through Federal Title IV funds to those students who qualify. Students interested in receiving financial aid should first complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) online. Step-by-step instructions are provided online and in our Student Handbook.
There are also community resources available through the following agencies for those students who qualify: Veteran Affairs, California Department of Rehabilitation, San Bernardino Employment Training Agency, and Jobs Centers of America. Information about these agencies can be obtained in the Student Services Office or by seeking information on the internet. Students may also apply for scholarships on their own.
Parents and students can visit the CRY-ROP postsecondary campus to receive information about programs, and to meet the instructors. For information or to schedule a visit, email us