Staff Report

Registration for fall classes at Santa Barbara City College is now open to everyone in the community, for earning an associate degree, transferring to a four-year university or for enrichment classes through the School of Extended Learning.

Fall semester starts Aug. 26. Students are urged to register as soon as possible to ensure a place in their desired classes.

SBCC has been named the No. 1 community college in the nation by the Aspen Institute, and for the second year in a row Value Colleges rated SBCC the No. 1 Community College as “a flawless investment.”

SBCC is the school of choice for students in a number of academic areas, including Business and Entrepreneurship, Healthcare and Wellness, Culture, Society and Human Behavior, Industry and Applied Technologies, Nature, Numbers and Engineering, and Visual, Performing and Media Arts.

Classes are held online or at one of SBCC’s three campuses: Main Campus on Cliff Drive, Schott Campus on Bath Street, and Wake Campus on Turnpike Road. A number of classes at the Schott and Wake campuses are free to attend.

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