SANTA BARBARA Santa Barbara City College is inviting the community to enroll in summer classes, which will be offered online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Those who are searching for an associates degree, seeking a transfer from a four-year university or simply looking for enrichment courses through the college’s School of Extended Learning are invited to enroll. Two six-week sessions are being offered, starting May 18 and June 29, said Luz Reyes-Martin, executive director of public affairs and communications for SBCC.
The School of Extended Learning is offering more than 200 tuition-free classes that are typically held at the Schott and Wake Campuses in a live video-conferencing format. Programs include adult high school, GED, career skills institute, English as a second language, health and safety, parenting and classes for older adults.
Those interested in enrolling in extended learning classes must register at www.sbcc.edu/extendedlearning. Students are encouraged to register as soon as possible to ensure entry into their desired classes, Ms. Reyes-Martin said.To register for credit classes, visit www.sbcc.edu/classes.