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News Conference to detail classes at Sunnyside and Edison high schools set for Friday, August 17.
Fresno City College introduces the “Neighborhood Campus” concept as it expands its FCC Everywhere initiative to offer classes off campus to different parts of the Fresno area.
FCC is working with Fresno Unified School District to offer, for the first time, fall classes at Sunnyside and Edison high schools. A news conference featuring FCC President Dr. Carole Goldsmith and FUSD Superintendent Bob Nelson will be held on Friday, August 17 at 1:30 p.m. at Edison High School, 540 E. California Ave., Fresno, CA, 93706.
FCC will offer at each high school location unique classes in the evenings beginning August 27 at Sunnyside and on August 28 at Edison. These are full credit, three-unit classes. All classes are open to the general public. Special registration events will be held at each high school to make registration convenient for neighborhood residents.
Classes at Sunnyside High School will be held on Monday and Wednesday evenings beginning Monday, August 27. These classes are 3-unit classes and run 16-weeks. A Neighborhood Campus registration event will be held on Monday, August 20 at Sunnyside High School from 5:00–7:30pm.
Classes at Sunnyside High School include:
At Edison High School the evening classes will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays. A Neighborhood Campus registration event will be held on Tuesday, August 21 at Edison High School from 5:00–7:30pm in room.
Classes at Edison High School include:
New students are asked to submit the online admission application at least three days prior to the registration events in order to expedite the registration process.
Visit www.fresnocitycollege.edu/fcceverywhere for more information.
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