Registration has begun for the fall 2017 semester, with College of the Canyons providing students and community members access to more than 1,900 class sections in a wide range of academic subjects and career education disciplines.
Class sections include courses that most students need to either graduate, transfer to a four-year school and/or meet prerequisites.
The schedule also features a wide selection of career education courses where students “learn by doing” and gain the skills needed to work in high-demand fields.
The college offers 26 career education programs, including computer applications and web technologies, computer networking, culinary arts, hotel and restaurant management, and welding technology.
“This fall we are offering one of our largest selection of courses, coordinated to assist students with completing their educational goals,” said Dr. Jerry Buckley, Assistant/Superintendent and Vice President of Instruction at the college.
“Our system of assessment and placement in English and math also ensures that students can quickly and successfully complete general education requirements to earn a degree or transfer to a four-year university,” Buckley said.
Students will once again have the option of enrolling in courses offered at both the college’s Valencia and Canyon Country campuses, as well as online.
Fall semester classes begin Monday, Aug. 21, and run through Saturday, Dec. 9.
As in years past, College of the Canyons will also offer a number of late start and short-term courses designed to meet the needs of working adults. Those courses are scheduled to begin throughout September and October.
Enrollment fees at all 114 California Community Colleges will remain at $46-per-unit, as mandated by the state of California.
Students and community members interested in attending classes this semester are encouraged to visit www.canyons.edu in order to view the current schedule of classes and take the steps necessary to enroll.
For more information about the fall 2017 semester, call the Admissions & Records Office at (661) 362-3280 or go to Admissions & Records online.