Time to Enroll for Spring Classes at Folsom Lake College

by Placerville Newswire / Feb 25, 2016 / comments

[Tania DeLeon, 20, on the campus of Folsom Lake College]

It’s not too late to enroll at Folsom Lake College this spring. There are open “fast-track” classes that start later in the semester — including offerings in anthropology, business, computer science, English, geology, humanities, political science, theater arts and much more.

To enroll in a class or just see what is available go to flc.losrios.edu.

Second eight-week term classes start the week of March 15. Other courses begin throughout the semester. Classes are offered at the main Folsom campus, El Dorado Center in Placerville, Rancho Cordova Center and online.

For more information contact Folsom Lake College staff at (916) 608-6500.

Since 2004 Folsom Lake College has provided exceptional educational opportunities to the communities of eastern Sacramento and western El Dorado counties. The college serves approximately 8,700 students at the main Folsom campus, El Dorado Center and Rancho Cordova Center. FLC is committed to enriching and empowering students by providing rigorous academic programs and comprehensive support services, opportunities for leadership and growth and a collaborative and innovative learning environment.

The Los Rios Community College District is one of the nation’s most respected learning institutions and the second-largest community college district in California, serving the greater Sacramento region. Los Rios includes: American River, Cosumnes River, Folsom Lake and Sacramento City colleges; six major education and outreach centers; and specialized workforce and economic development programs, for regional businesses, governments and organizations. Los Rios colleges offer AA/AS degrees, certificates and transfer-education opportunities in more than 70 career fields. The district’s 2,400 square-mile service area includes all of Sacramento County, most of El Dorado County and parts of Yolo, Placer and Solano counties. About 75,000 students are enrolled in the four Los Rios colleges.

For more information go to losrios.edu.