Santa Barbara City College is pleased to announce that class registration for the Spring 2023 semester is now open to everyone in the community. Classes begin on Monday, Jan. 23. SBCC offers classes for credit for students looking to pursue an associate degree or certificate, including those needed to transfer to a four-year university. It also offers a variety of noncredit programs through its School of Extended Learning in areas including English as a Second Language, classes for older adults and career skills building.
Students can choose from classes that are offered face-to-face, online or in a hybrid format. The SBCC Board resolution requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination to attend classes or work on campus has been rescinded effective at the end of this year. So, students registering for face-to-face classes for spring will no longer be required to provide proof of vaccination. More information on COVID-19 safety protocols can be found on the Coronavirus Information for the SBCC Community webpage.
Credit students previously enrolled at SBCC part-time or full-time, who stopped attending sometime between Spring 2020 and Spring 2022, are encouraged to attend a “Re-enrollment Day” event on SBCC’s main campus on January 11, 2023, 2-7 p.m., at Campus Center on SBCC’s east campus. The event will offer assistance to all wanting to re-enroll, including on-the-spot class registration and financial aid help, in addition to food and drink, and activities for kids. As an incentive, students who attend Re-enrollment Day can apply to receive up to $500 in bookstore credit to cover books and school supplies when they return to SBCC and enroll for Spring 2023. More information can be found on the Re-Enrollment Days webpage.
To ensure entry into their desired classes, students are encouraged to register as soon as possible: www.sbcc.edu/classes.
School of Extended Learning class schedules, information and updates are available at: www.sbcc.edu/ExtendedLearning.