Each year we serve hundreds of adults through our lifelong learning programs. As you surf the learning opportunities on this website, you are sure to discover something unique for your personal enrichment, insight that will help you launch a career, or even a way to tap into your creative side.
We offer a variety of non-credit workshops, seminars and courses in areas such as fine arts, fitness, computers, languages, music, dance, photography, and life enrichment. There are no entrance requirements for Community Education courses beyond an interest in the subject. Classes begin throughout the semester and vary in length and cost. This semester non-credit class offerings have expanded to include new classes.
View our class schedule below and register NOW!
Watch for the Spring 2019 schedule! It’s ON ITS WAY…
Classes Begin in February
*If you’re interested in Mah Jongg, Line Dancing, or Pottery please call the SMC campus CME office 480-677-7721 (these classes will have a January start date).
A Special Note to our Students:
Community Education has adopted a new registration software system. This system is in the process of being developed for you to register Spring 2019. Thank you for your patience throughout our implementation and construction. Community Education at Central Arizona College greatly appreciates your continued interest and enrollment in our non-credit courses. We look forward to seeing you in the Spring.
If you have any questions, contact Joel Beck at (480)677-7721 or Muriel Thomas at (520)494-6659.
Where are courses held?
Most classes are held at one of the eight locations. Every effort is made to notify you by telephone or email to inform you of the class room number.
Walk In: You may register at any of the three campuses.
FAX: The registration from can be faxed to 480.677.7722 or 520.494.6655
Teach for Us
Central Arizona College Community Education Department is looking for instructors to teach and facilitate short-term courses and seminars lasting from one day to several weeks. If you would like to teach a particular class and seminar or have a suggestion for a potential class, call 480.677.7721 or email Joel Beck at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 520.494.6659 or email Muriel Thomas at email@example.com to obtain instructor application information.