Summer / Fall Schedule 2019 by Miracosta College

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the miracosta community college district serves the communities of oceanside carlsbad leucadia encinitas olivenhain rancho santa fe cardiff solana beach del mar carmel valley and parts of camp pendleton however all programs offered by the college credit and noncredit are open to the public regardless of residence continuing education at miracosta college respectfully serves our diverse community of lifelong learners by providing a holistic selection of learning opportunities enabling and empowering learners to live successfully today and in the future continuing education offers tuition–free noncredit courses and programs in the following categories adult high school citizenship english as a second language ged test preparation health safety parenting courses for older adults courses for adults with disabilities short–term vocational workforce preparation for more information about noncredit courses contact miracosta college community learning center miracosta.edu/clc noncredit@miracosta.edu 1831 mission avenue oceanside ca 92058 760.795.8710 monday–thursday 8 a.m.–8 p.m friday 8 a.m.–2 p.m saturday 8 a.m.–12 p.m 6/15–7/27 8/24–12/14 general registration information registering in classes after the application is processed at the college students will receive an email outlining additional steps to access surf miracosta college’s online registration and student information management system student id numbers also known as surf ids are required in order to use the online system id numbers are not sent to the students students are required to retrieve their own student id number and set up a password see page 6 for instructions student tutorials are also available at miracosta.edu/tutorials wait lists while registering in surf students may select the wait list option for a full class beginning on the first day of classes student registration into classes will be at the discretion of the instructor the student must attend the class on the first day and have an add card signed by the instructor or be issued a permission number to register for the class adding/dropping classes changes to your class schedule may be made online using surf surf.miracosta.edu or in person at the community learning center students are responsible for officially dropping a course you will not be mailed a confirmation of registration please print your class schedule from surf the last day to add summer classes is july 19 and the last to add fall classes is october 25 excluding adult high school cisco and english as a second language classes attendance at first class meeting to ensure your place in a class attend the first class meeting on time instructors may drop absent students to make room for students wishing to add the class if you decide not to continue in a class for which you have registered it is your responsibility to drop the class officially by using surf or by submitting a drop card to the community learning center class cancellations classes may be canceled due to insufficient enrollment every attempt will be made to contact students by email before the class meets students do not need to drop a canceled class parking permits kate alder interim dean behavioral sciences history adult education 760.795.8701 angela senigaglia adult high school department chair 760.795.8721 steve wezniak department chair general noncredit short-term vocational 760.795.8715 eli clarke noncredit esl department chair 760.795.8745 parking permits are required when parking at the community learning center clc oceanside and san elijo campuses monday–saturday all vehicles not displaying a valid permit will be ticketed starting june 17 for summer intersession and august 26 for fall semester students may not park in staff spaces parking permits may be purchased for $17.50 for the clc or $35 for the oceanside or san elijo campuses parking permits purchased for the clc are not valid at the oceanside and san elijo campuses vending machines that sell day passes are located at all three campuses a community learning center day pass may be purchased for 50 cents and the san elijo and oceanside campus day passes may be purchased for $1 all visitors must purchase a day pass monday–saturday parking permits are non–refundable once purchased.