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Community EducationWelcome to your site for professional and personal enrichment!
Mt. San Antonio College's Community Education Department offers a wide variety of fee-based classes and programs. These include career and professional development programs, financial planning seminars and workshops, foreign language instruction, CPR and First Aid classes, sports and fitness, and special programs for kids and youth.
Please be advised that not all of our classes are offered all the time. Some may be out of our lineup for a term or two, but you can find something good year round. Special seasonal programs like Summer Swim Lessons and College for Kids are a perfect example of this.
STAY HOME IF SICK: As a reminder, anyone with COVID-19 symptoms should stay home. You are expected to review if you are feeling any COVID-19 symptoms daily. COVID-19 symptoms include fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, body aches, headache, new loss of taste/smell, sore throat, runny nose, congestion, sneezing, nausea, diarrhea, and so on.
FALL 2022 SEMESTER GUIDELINES
This Fall 2022 Semester (August 22, 2022), students may take in-person classes and use in-person services regardless of their COVID-19 vaccination status. COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective, and free. They are strongly recommended, but not required on campus. The College will align with public health requirements and Cal/OSHA workplace safety guidelines; face coverings will be recommended indoors, but not generally required on campus. The College will maintain its commitment to safety protocols, which include following public health measures, thorough contact tracing, increased cleaning and air filtration, readily available safety supplies (including free face coverings and hand sanitizer), free COVID-19 testing on campus, free vaccination clinics, educational campaigns and more.
Community Education is a self-supporting entity of the college and is not funded by taxpayer dollars. Fees are based on the instructor's salary, enrollment, duration of the class, administrative and operating costs.
Mt. San Antonio College's Community Education classes are not equivalent to credit classes and cannot be used to meet prerequisites in the Mt. San Antonio College's credit program.
Acting Director, Community and Contract Education