Build Your Future in Hotel Restaurant Culinary Arts
The Cypress College Hotel, Restaurant & Culinary Arts Program at the Anaheim campus features the perfect venue for students to engage in a hands-on learning environment to prepare themselves to become leaders in the hospitality and culinary industries. Passion transforms into reality when our dedicated instructors share their knowledge and love of the hospitality industry to prepare our students for a challenging career and exciting lifestyle.
Students have an opportunity to earn associate degrees and certificates in culinary arts, baking and pastry arts, hospitality management, and food and beverage management in preparation for jobs, career advancement, and university transfer. They also can participate in running the Cypress Bistro, a student-operated restaurant that serves a wide variety of dishes weekly to the public. Visit the Cypress Bistro Instagram page to see what students have created in the past.
The Hotel, Restaurant & Culinary Arts Program partners closely with Orange County hospitality-industry employers. Hotel employment partners include Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort and Spa, Hyatt Regency Orange County, Anaheim Marriott, Fairfield Inn by Marriott, Disneyland Resort Hotels, Great Wolf Lodge, Irvine Marriott, Hyatt Regency Newport Beach, Pelican Hill Resort, Renaissance Newport Beach, Ayers Hotels, Surf and Sand Resort, and more. Food and beverage employment partners include Aramark Gastronome at CSU Fullerton, Sodexo Disney cast member cafeteria, Fairview Commons MBK Senior Living, Jay’s Catering, House of Blues Live Nation, Young’s Market, St. Jude Hospital, Hyatt, Marriott, Pelican Hill, Disneyland Resort, Cellar, Vaca, Pueblo, Urban Plates, and many more.
Over the past five years, the Hotel, Restaurant & Culinary Arts Program has awarded 173 associate in science degrees, along with 690 certificates, helping students achieve industry careers with higher wages and upward mobility.
The Hotel, Restaurant & Culinary Arts Program proudly partners with the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation programs ServSafe and ManageFirst, along with the American Hotel and Lodging Association Educational Foundation, to offer students opportunities to earn industry-valued certifications.
Special note: The Hotel, Restaurant & Culinary Arts programs are mostly offered at the Anaheim Campus, located just south of the 91 freeway and off of Euclid Avenue. The address is the same as the North Orange County Community College District, and is 1830 W. Romneya Drive, Anaheim, CA 92801-1819.