Our new San Marcos campus is located at the Civic View Corporate Center located right off highway 78.
The campus immerses WCUI and its students in the developing healthcare community and major medical locations such as Palomar Medical Center’s Escondido and Poway branches.
The campus is contiguous on one floor, with high modern ceilings, and a learning resource center. A large koi pond and lush tropical foliage can be found in the Civic View Center where the campus resides, providing a serene feel for students, staff, and faculty to unwind outside of the labs, classes, and offices. There’s a dedicated student lounge and learning resource center with access to computers that allow students to connect and study with their colleagues outside of class.
You will find the campus 34 miles north of Downtown San Diego and 5.6 miles away from Old California Restaurant Row, North County’s largest international dining and entertainment experience with 15 fantastic restaurants serving authentic food from around the world. The campus also provides easy access to the San Marcos Inland Rail Sprinter which connects the entire San Diego region allowing students, staff, faculty, and visitors more options to commute to work/school, plan a trip, or just enjoy a day out of town.
300 Rancheros Drive Ste 100
San Marcos, CA 92069
Telephone: (760) 418-4200
Campus Director: Mike Stewart
San Marcos campus features 5,060 square feet of space specifically built with our students’ medical imaging education in mind. Our ultrasound labs have space for 30 ultrasound machines and bays for students to practice their scanning skills. The campus entails a sprawling 1,458 sq. Ft open concept laboratory that mimics current hospital settings, as well as a smaller laboratory area for scanning that provides a more intimate space for smaller classes and hands-on learning.
In addition, the campus includes a new student lounge, walkable amenities, and a new Learning Resource Center. Parking and transportation options include an onsite parking lot and easy access to the San Marcos Inland Rail Sprinter.