Now is the time to sign up for fall term classes at Clatsop Community College. Registration continues through Sept. 27 at the main campus, 1653 Jerome Ave., Astoria. Classes will begin Sept. 27.

The fall term class schedule can be accessed on the college Web site, and the printed schedule is available on campus and at other locations such as public libraries.

The college catalog, with complete course and program descriptions, is available on the Web site and on campus. Non-degree seeking students may also register with the mail-in and fax registration form on page six of the class schedule.

CCC offers a variety of classes. A number are offered both daytime and evening.

Following is a sample of classes offered this term:

Art: Calligraphy, ceramics, painting, printmaking, sculpture, and History of Western Art

Business: Including accounting, income tax and business management; visit the Small Business Development Center at the CCC South County Center, 1761 N. Holladay, Seaside, to learn all about starting up or improving your own small business, or check out the Web site (

Creative writing: Poetry and fiction

Community Education: Turn to the Non-Credit and Workforce Training section of the class schedule for classes in Astoria as well as countywide extension centers. Topics include art, business and workforce development, computers, creative writing, fitness, foreign language, martial arts, first aid, music and more

Computers: Computer aided drafting (AutoCAD), desktop publishing, programming and Web site design

Literature: American Literature, Pacific Northwest Literature and World Literature.


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