The School of Continuing Education (SCE) 2015 Winter Term Class Schedule is now available at the three SCE Centers in Anaheim, Cypress, and Fullerton and online at www.sce.edu/schedule. Classes begin the week of January 5, 2015. Following is additional information regarding the 2015 Winter Term:
REGISTRATION DATES FOR 2015 WINTER TERM
Online registration will open at 7 a.m.; computers are available at the SCE registration offices at the following times: Anaheim Campus and SCE Wilshire Center at 7 a.m.; SCE Cypress Center at 7:30 a.m.
A clock symbol has been placed in the class schedule to indicate the CTE courses that are eligible for registration on Tuesday, November 18 at 7 a.m.
ONLINE ORIENTATION REQUIRED FOR HIGH SCHOOL AND FOUR CAREER CERTIFICATE EDUCATION (CTE) PROGRAMS
Online orientation and online registration are now REQUIRED steps to enter the following SCE programs:
The 2015 Winter Term class schedule details the steps needed to apply for an SCE Banner ID, to complete the required orientation, and to register online. This information can be accessed at the following links:
NEW CLASSES FOR 2015 WINTER TERM
Disabled Student Programs and Services
Fine & Applied Arts
Kids’ College & Teen Program
Students can register for a free, two-week course, “Transitioning to College” to learn how to get started at Cypress College. The course will run November 3, 4, 5, 11, and 12 from 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. at the SCE Cypress Center, on the south end of Cypress College, in Room 118; students must attend all five class meetings. Cypress College is located at 9200 Valley View Street in Cypress.
By completing the two-week accelerated course, students will be provided with the following:
Instructor Connie Boehler will lead the students in the following class activities:
Registration is now open and enrollment is limited to the first 30 students. Students can register at any SCE Center’s Registration Office with the course reference number (CRN) 51337. CalWORKs students are encouraged to enroll. Students will receive a “pass” or “no pass” grade in the course and SCE High School Diploma Program students may earn one (1) elective credit for passing the course.
Millions of people worldwide will practice how to “Drop, Cover, and Hold On” at 10:16 a.m. on Thursday, October 16, 2014 during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill, which began in California in 2008.
SCE will be joining 10.1 million participants (and counting) in the Great California ShakeOut Drill. All students, faculty and staff are asked to practice the drop, cover, and hold on exercise. The Anaheim Campus and the SCE Wilshire Center will also practice evacuation. When instructed, safely evacuate to the Center’s designated location. Remain in your evacuation areas until instructed to return to your class/building.
If you have additional questions, ask your instructor, program manager, or SCE Center Dean of Instruction and Student Services. Thank you in advance for participating in this drill.
Earthquakes happen without warning. It is important to be prepared — both at home and at work. Learn more at www.shakeout.org/california.
SCE will host four student success workshops in the months of September and October. The workshops will assist students with building skills to enhance goal completion and/or job attainment. All workshops are free and open to all SCE students:
SCE will once again partner with the League of Women Voters in September and October for voter registration. Volunteers from the non-partisan League will set-up information tables to encourage students, faculty, and staff members to register, or update their information, in order to vote in the next election on November 4, 2014. Community members can now also use the new online voter registration method. October 20, 2014 is the last day to register to vote.
Stop by the voter registration information tables at each of the District’s campus locations:
Everything a voter needs to register, update their records, locate polling places, or view a personalized ballot is located at the League’s website: www.smartvoter.org.
Using the online voter registration method is easy and provides information in nine languages in addition to English. For a list of frequently asked questions and answers, visit the California Secretary of State’s website: Voter Registration Frequently Asked Questions. To register to vote online, community members can visit the link here: Online Voter Registration