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Please browse these categories to find the topics that interest you. Clicking on a subcategory will link you to a list of course titles in that subject area. From there you can go to individual course descriptions and classes.

You may also search for a course by its title, number or instructor.
You may also view all course series currently offered.

Important: Click on link(s) below for the appropriate information and forms.



As a reminder, anyone with COVID-19 symptoms should stay home. You are expected to review if you are feeling any COVID-19 symptoms daily.   COVID-19 symptoms include fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, body aches, headache, new loss of taste/smell, sore throat, runny nose, congestion, sneezing, nausea, diarrhea, and so on.

Face coverings are required for faculty and students regardless of vaccination status.  Other groups are strongly encouraged to wear medical grade face coverings, such as surgical masks and respirators. These provide more reliable protection than cloth masks and are available in dispensers across campus.


  • This Summer Intercession (starting June 13, 2022), students may take in-person classes and use in-person services regardless of their COVID-19 vaccination status.  The College will ease its face coverings requirement to align with public health requirements, Cal/OSHA workplace safety guidelines; face covering will be recommended indoors, but not generally required.  The College will maintain its commitment to safety protocols, which include following public health measures, thorough contact tracing, increased cleaning and air filtration, readily available safety supplies (including free face coverings and hand sanitizer), free COVID-19 testing on campus, free vaccination clinics, educaitonal campaigns and more.
  • ON-CAMPUS STUDENTS: This Spring Semester (starting February 22, 2022), students engaging in on-campus activities (including in-person lecture and lab classes, sports and services) must be vaccinated against COVID-19.
  •  FULLY ONLINE STUDENTS: Fully online students can access classes and services online. They are not required to be vaccinated against COVID-19.


Please access the College’s Public Health COVID-19 website for more information.

Online Learning

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ed2go logoed2go, in partnership with Mt. San Antonio College, offers a wide variety of online classes. Take the classes you would like, when you have the time to take them. You can take any of these classes in the convenience of your own home or office.  Mt. San Antonio College, Community Education Department acts as a pass-through/referral partner with ed2go.  This partnership enables ed2go to outreach to Mt.SAC students and offer online learning.  ed2go is an industry leader in online learning delivery.

Online Career Training

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Woman on computer - 'There's not a bad seat in the class'ed2go, in partnership with Mt. San Antonio College, offers online open enrollment programs designed to provide the skills necessary to acquire professional level positions for many in-demand occupations. Mt. San Antonio College, Community Education Department acts as a pass-through/referral partner with ed2go. This partnership enables ed2go to outreach to Mt.SAC students and offer online learning.   ed2go is an industry leader in online learning delivery.

For questions or more information email or call us at (909) 274-4220
Continuing Education Division Registration Office
1100 N. Grand Ave. in Building 40, Room 101 (enter campus on Bonita Avenue off Temple Avenue).


The programs chosen to be included in Mt. San Antonio College's Community Education Fee Based Offerings are selected because of unique interest to the community, and offer enticing perspectives on interesting subjects. All of our instructors are interviewed and selected for their confidence in their subject and their willingness to share their expertise.

We welcome input from the community. If you are interested in teaching a course, please go to the teaching page for more information.