Luz Reyes-Martin, Executive Director of Public Affairs and Communications
Santa Barbara City College is offering two six-week sessions this summer. Summer Session 1 begins May 20, and Summer Session 2 begins June 29.
Current students seeking to transfer or earn an associate degree can fast-track progress toward their goals. Graduating high school students can enroll in order to jumpstart their academic careers. Those looking to gain valuable skills for the workplace, learn a new skill, or enrich their summer with a fun class or two can do so with courses offered through the School of Extended Learning. Many of those classes are free!
Classes are held either online or at one of SBCC’s three campuses: Main Campus on Cliff Drive, Schott Campus on Bath Street or Wake Campus on Turnpike Road. Students can choose from wide range of course offerings, from general education to computer information systems, professional development, art and music, green gardening, literature and much more.
Find a class at: sbcc.edu/classes.
Students are encouraged to register as soon as possible to ensure entry into their desired classes.