Community Education classes are supported by your class fees, not state funds. We determine fees based on length of class, instructor's salary, administrative and operating costs, course materials, minimum enrollment and rental factors. Fees don't include textbooks or supplies. The class descriptions indicate those classes that have an extra charge for materials.
When Are Classes Offered?
Community Education classes are flexible. You can take a class that meets just one day or a class that meets for several weeks. Most classes are offered evenings and weekends. You'll also find special all-day workshops and seminars.
Class start and end dates vary throughout the semester. Be certain to check class dates listed in the schedule carefully, so you don't miss the class that you want to take.
You may view the current available classes online, or you can download and print the current brochure located in the Continuing Ed Schedules area of this website.
Where Do Classes Meet?
Most classes meet on the Citrus College campus. You can find the location of the building where your class meets on the campus map. A few classes are held in local communities. Addresses are given for the classes that meet off campus.
Who Teaches the Classes?
Classes are taught by experts in their fields who bring hands-on, practical information to the classroom. They present class materials in a format that is appropriate to the audience served.
Who Can Enroll?
Community Education classes are open to all adults in the community. Children and teens can take classes through College for Kids in the summer.