Noncredit education is designed to supplement your continued growth and to enhance your employment opportunities, through classes ranging from basic skills and health care to vocational preparation and job retraining. Enrollment in noncredit classes is free and continues throughout the school year. All non-credit classes are subject to budget and attendance.
Registering for Noncredit Courses
You register for noncredit classes in the classroom at the first class meeting or any time during the semester, if space is available. If a class requires preregistration, it will be indicated in the class description.
Who May Attend?
You can enroll in noncredit classes if you are an adult California resident, regardless of where you live.
Minimum Class Size
Noncredit classes may be canceled if sufficient enrollment and attendance are not maintained.
When Are Classes Offered?
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. Please review the current course schedule 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?
Noncredit classes are taught by instructors who meet state qualifications. They have educational backgrounds and professional experience in their fields.