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Welcome to Saddleback College Community Education!

Community Education at Saddleback College offers an array of exciting classes designed to meet personal enrichment for all ages.  We offer short-term, not-for-credit, fee-based programs that provide opportunities to expand your horizons.

SUMMER HOURS: May 20th - Aug 9th
Monday - Thursday, 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM. Closed on Fridays.


COLLEGE FOR KIDS HOURS: Jun 17th - Aug 1st
Monday - Thursday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Closed on Fridays.

IMPORTANT: Community Education will be closed on Monday, May 27th for Memorial Day.

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Two Easy Ways to Register

ONLINE
Available 24/7
Registration for Adult/Youth Programs Announced Below

IN-PERSON
Saddleback College Community Education Building
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Phone Registration Policy Update: To enhance the privacy and security of our patrons, we’re implementing changes.  Moving forward, we kindly ask for transactions to be completed in-person or online, ensuring a more secure and personalized experience for everyone.  For more information, please call our office.  Our online registration is secured by one of the most reputable providers of online purchasing on the internet, and your information will not be shared with third parties.
 
  Need assistance? Call us at (949) 582-4646 or email us at sccomed@saddleback.edu

College For Kids (CFK)

Registration for College For Kids is LIVE on March 11th!

Click on the image to the right to view the CFK tri-fold brochure to
view all our summer offerings. Brochures will be available at the Community Education Office and will distributed to students at CUSD elementary school sites in March!



Check back for updates.









CFK Parent Handbook will be posted soon!

Note: Use the "Menu" bar to the left to view all programs, and register. 

Adult Enrichment

Registration for Spring 2024 Adult Enrichment Programs - REGISTER TODAY!


Interested in developing a skill, or finding a new hobby? Community Education has a wide variety of new and exciting Adult Enrichment programs for the Spring 2024 semester.


Community Education Adult Enrichment provides adults ages 18 and older the opportunity to learn something new through not-for-credit programs. 


New classes include:

  • Learn To Speak Spanish: Intermediate/Advanced 
  • Bridge for Beginners
  • Beginning Painting Floral Studies Workshop
  • Techniques of Managing a Non-Profit Organization
  • Jewelry Design - The Basics

Single & Multi-Day Trips
Get out and explore! Stay tuned for single and multi-day trips dropping each month.
Note: Use the "Menu" bar to the left to view all programs, and register. 

Before & After School Enrichment (BASE)

Registration for Sessions 3 and 4 is LIVE - REGISTER TODAY!

Click on the image to the right to view the BASE tri-fold brochure for Sessions 3 and 4. Brochures will be distributed to students at participating CUSD sites in January!

Brochure Corrections:

Unfortunately, the following classes have been removed for Spring:
Class ID 18124 - Elementary Spanish for Kids @ Don Juan Avila
Class ID 18140 - Elementary Spanish for Kids @ John Malcom
Class ID 18321 - Elementary Spanish for Kids @ Laguna Niguel
Class ID 18237 - Elementary Spanish for Kids @ Moulton
Class ID 18348 - Elementary Spanish for Kids @ Philip Reilly
We apologize for the inconvenience! 

Check back here for updates on the brochure!

Planning ahead?
Click here to view the BASE Master Calendar. 


Get to know our program!
Click here to view our BASE Parent Handbook.

Note: To view programs offered at participating CUSD schools, use the "Menu" bar to the left and select your desired school.

Come Teach For Us - Propose a Program Today!

Interested in joining the team as a Community Education Trainer, and proposing your own unique program?
We are looking for motivated individuals interested in sharing their special skill, hobby, or passion with our Community members. Click here to visit our Program Proposal submission site today!
We are currently accepting proposals for both Youth and Adult programs. Please note the Program submission deadlines by semester: 

  • Fall: April 1
  • Spring: August 1
  • Summer: December 1
Consideration for all new programs is on an as-needed basis. All assignments are tentative and contingent upon sufficient enrollment. If you are proposing an Adult program we encourage you to review our current offerings and become familiar with our already offered programs. Please keep in mind for our Adult programs we do not duplicate officers and programs may not conflict with Saddleback College academic courses.

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