Oct. 2, 2017
College Adds More Fall Classes to Help Students Meet Academic Goals

Think you missed the opportunity to take a class at College of the Canyons this fall? Think again!

Though fall semester classes are already under way, College of the Canyons officials added 80 class sections of academic and career exploration courses scheduled to begin throughout October to give current and prospective students more options to help them reach their educational goals.  

These new classes will be offered to students at both the Valencia and Canyon Country campus, as well as online, with plenty of seats still available.  Subjects include: English, anthropology, communication studies, early childhood education, geography, history, photography, water technology, welding, sociology, business, health science, as well as computer applications and web technologies.

“It is not too late to enroll in a fall course at College of the Canyons,” said Dr. Jerry Buckley, Assistant Superintendent/Vice President of Academic Affairs at the college. “We encourage our students and community members to explore additional class offerings this semester, which span a wide range of topics and skills.”

Late-start classes are also a great opportunity for currently enrolled students to add an extra class to their schedules to get ahead.

In addition, students who choose to enroll in a late-start class at the college will have the added benefit of being classified as a “returning student” for the upcoming winter session registration period. Returning students receive earlier registration dates, giving them an opportunity to select from more open classes. 

The college is expected to offer nearly 300 classes during the winter session, which will run from January 2 to February 3.

For more information about the College of the Canyons fall semester late-start classes or to apply for admission and register for classes, please visit the link below.

Class Schedule