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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
FACE COVERINGS REQUIRED: Face coverings are required inside buildings and on public transportation regardless of vaccination status.
WINTER INTERSESSION GUIDELINES
- ON-CAMPUS STUDENTS: This Winter Intersession (starting January 3rd, 2022), students engaging in on-campus activities (including in-person lecture and lab classes, sports and services) must be vaccinated against COVID-19.
- FULLY ONLINE STUDENTS: Fully online students can access classes and services online. They are not required to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
FALL SEMESTER GUIDELINES
If you are ON CAMPUS this Fall Semester, the Fall requirements remain in effect through the end of the semester (December 21, 2021). Students and employees must either show proof of vaccination OR take COVID-19 tests every 7 days. Face coverings continue to be required inside buildings and on public transportation.
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.
Director, Community and Contract Education