About Ohlone College Community Education
Community Education classes are offered in addition to Ohlone's instructional program. Our goal is to provide a wide range of programs designed to meet the not-for-credit, continuing education needs of individuals in the Tri-Cities area. We aim to promote lifelong learning through courses designed for personal enrichment, professional development, skill development, and recreational enjoyment.
Check out a full list of our course offerings. Ohlone Community Education offers courses to fit all of these needs.
|Personal Enrichment & Professional Development||Academic Non-Credit||Academic Credit|
|The Community Education department provides a wide selection of not-for-credit enrichment classes to all ages for fun and professional development||Ohlone's Non-Credit program offers tuition-free courses to help students build general knowledge and skills, and prepare for college-level academics||Students interested in earning a college degree or certificate should visit the Academics page to learn more about Ohlone's for-credit courses|
- Looking for an affordable way to learn new skills?
- Interested in picking back up your old saxophone or trombone?
- Need training to support your professional development or career change?
As a community-based organization, we value your feedback. If you are interested in seeing a specific course offered in a future session, email us at email@example.com. If you are interested in lending your expertise and skills in a class, seminar, or workshop, teach for us!
Refunds: Please note that there are no refunds for Community Education classes. The Community Education department, faculty, and facilities are funded solely on course registration and student paid fees. Because the programs do not receive any State or Federal funding, all class enrollments are final.
The College does not endorse any product or the services of any presenter. No tests or exams are required. There are no transcripts or grades and classes are not transferable. Minimum enrollment is required for classes to start.