GAVILAN COLLEGE, CA - Fall semester starts August 29 and there's still time to sign up for classes that can get you started in a great career or put you on the path to transfer to a four-year university.
New students must fill out an application and take an assessment test prior to registering.
Although many sections are full, classes are still available in a variety of subjects including accounting, nutrition, anthropology, art, business, child development, computer graphics, communications, computer programming, digital media, economics, poetry and creative writing, engineering, English, English as a Second Language, environmental science, health, history, journalism, webpage design, math, television and video production, music, philosophy, political science, psychology, sociology, Spanish, theater, and water/wastewater technology.
Classes are $46 per unit and financial aid is available. Free noncredit GED preparatory classes are available for adults who have not graduated from high school.
For more information go to www.gavilan.edu or call (408) 848-4724, or visit admissions desks in Gilroy, Morgan Hill and Hollister.