ASTORIA - Now is the time to sign up for fall term classes at Clatsop Community College (CCC). Registration continues through Sept. 30 at the Main Campus, 1653 Jerome Avenue in Astoria. Classes will begin on Monday, Sept. 26.

You can access the fall term class schedule on the College Web site, ( 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 also 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.

For information or to register, call the Registrar's Office at (503) 338-2437.

CCC offers a wide variety of classes for job training, new or improved computer skills, required courses for transfer to a four-year institution, and personal enrichment. A number of classes are offered both daytime and evening for your convenience. Following is a sample of classes offered this term:

Art: Calligraphy, ceramics, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, history of western art; Automotive; Business: accounting, income tax, business management; Creative Writing: poetry and fiction; Community Education: topics include art, business and workforce development, computers, creative writing, fitness, foreign language, martial arts, first aid, music, and more; Computers: computing fundamentals, desktop publishing, programming, Web site design; Conversational Spanish; Criminal Justice; Early Childhood Education; Guitar Lessons; History: American History, Western Civilization, Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery; Literature: American literature, Pacific Northwest literature, world literature; Office Administration: keyboarding, legal and medical terminology and transcription, word processing; Psychology; Public Speaking; and Welding

Check out the Fall Class Schedule and come in to register today - and remember to view the College Web site at for all college information.

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