“Yoga History and Culture,” “Fundamentals of Drawing for Commercial Artists” and “Anatomy for Commercial Artists” are all among the more than 221 free classes that students can take starting Feb. 7, the first day of the spring semester at College of the Canyons.
These classes are all part of the college’s School of Personal and Professional Learning (PPL), all designed for people who are interested in yoga and art.
In addition, students can choose from more than 1,900 class sections designed for those who need to either graduate, transfer to a four-year school and/or meet prerequisites.
According to a COC news release, courses will be offered in person, on Zoom and online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Approximately half of the courses will be offered in person at the Valencia and Canyon Country campuses.
“The spring semester was created to provide our students with a variety of options amidst a rapidly changing COVID-19 landscape,” said Omar Torres, chief instructional officer at the college. “Our courses continue to provide the flexibility our students need to continue working toward their academic goals without disruption.”
Enrollment fees at all 116 California Community Colleges will remain at $46 per unit for California residents, as mandated by the state. Parking is free for students taking classes at the Valencia or Canyon Country campuses.
Students are encouraged to enroll for courses as registration is still ongoing.