The expansion of noncredit course offerings is an ongoing effort to better serve the needs of the community and the aspiring learner. Noncredit serves the needs of parents, older adults, those looking to obtain a high school diploma or equivalency, increased basic skills, and individuals with disabilities through specifically targeted courses.

Continuing Education is an umbrella term that includes noncredit education, contract education, and community education courses. The College of the Siskiyous Continuing Education Program provides the opportunity for lifelong learners to improve, upgrade, and learn new skills and knowledge. This effort responds to the need for a well-trained workforce, as well as the individual need for intellectual or cultural enrichment. Continuing Education courses are also easy, fun, and cost-effective.

The expansion of noncredit course offerings is an ongoing effort to better serve the needs of the community and the aspiring learner. Noncredit serves the needs of parents, older adults, those looking to obtain a high school diploma or equivalency, increased basic skills, and individuals with disabilities through specifically targeted courses. Noncredit provides “no fees” courses, with “open access” to educational opportunities and lifelong learning, to increasing diverse communities and life enriching activities through course offerings.

Registration for fall semester noncredit classes is open and students should plan now to register. Fall semester classes will begin August 26. For class registration information, call the Admissions and Records Office at (530) 938-5500. The Weed Campus can also be reached by calling (530) 938-5555 or toll-free, (888) 397-4339.

Register in person at the Weed or Yreka or register online (anytime) at www.siskiyous.edu. There is no cost to attend these classes. For information about the Continuing Education Program or classes offered contact Kim Freeze by calling (530) 841-5834 or email kfreeze@siskiyous.edu.