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Columbia College offers courses in Amador County
Students now have the convenient option to attend Columbia College classes in Amador County. Through a partnership between Columbia College and Amador College Connect, courses are being offered at the Amador Economic Prosperity Center, (see Google Map). Located near the intersection of Ridge Road and Prospect Drive in Sutter Creek, the facility offers free parking to students.
Courses oﬀered at the Amador Economic Prosperity Center meet three needs.
- The courses, over two years, make up the Associate of Arts in Social and Behavioral Sciences degree. So you can earn a degree in two years (including a couple required online courses).
- All courses meet CSU and UC general educa on (GE) requirements for transfer. So you can complete your university GE requirements locally.
- All courses meet Columbia College GE requirements. So if you previously completed a certiﬁcate and now want a degree, you can complete the requirements here.
Courses are oﬀered at the center via video broadcast (Zoom), providing interaction with the instructor and a group of students at Columbia College and an interactive group learning environment with a smaller group at the Prosperity Center.
Courses are scheduled Tuesday and Thursday afternoons and evenings. The college is seeking to augment these oﬀerings soon.
Ready to enroll? If so click here to fill out the online application via the California Community Colleges' OpenCCC system.
APPLYING IS FREE.
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After you apply ...
Once you submit your online admissions application, you will receive an email from CC Admissions to confirm your acceptance and give you your student identification / "w" number.
Now it's time to register for classes. Begin by visiting connectColumbia, the online registration portal. (You can also find a link to connectColumbia on the College home page under "My Columbia") You may also be interested in utilizing the College's online class search tool. If you are enrolling in the two year evening program via remote video instruction you can find the course section numbers here.
Need some help?
If you want support applying to the college or for financial aid, enrolling in classes, or selecting an educational goal there is help available in Amador County. Amador College Connect provides services including helping people through all stages of the enrollment process, from filling out applications and financial aid forms, to registering for classes and ordering books and materials. Amador College Connect offers free tutoring and mentoring services to students, as well as a student computer lab with WiFi and internet access. Contact Amador College Connect at 209.217.8239.
You can also contact the Columbia College counseling office for support at 209.588.5109. Columbia College counselors are here to assist continuing, new and returning students with educational, career, and personal goals in order to enhance educational experiences at Columbia College and beyond.