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Short-Term Vocational

Noncredit Vocational Education

Short-Term Vocational

Short-Term Vocational

Noncredit Health Careers

Short-Term Vocational

Adult Basic Education

Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB)

Adult Basic Education

English as a Second Language

English as a Second Language

Education for Older Adults

Education for Older Adults

Community Education Fee Classes

Community Education Fee Classes

School of Continuing Education 

The School of Continuing Education at Mt. San Antonio College offers quality programs and services for students to increase literacy skills, access higher education and employment, and strengthen self-sufficiency.  
Alert: Mt. SAC School of Continuing Education has Transitioned to Online Classes and Services
The School of Continuing Education Student Online Support (SCE SOS) Team offers LIVE, one-on-one assistance to noncredit students who need help with: noncredit application, Mt. SAC portal, Canvas, Zoom, and other online tools.
  • Monday-Thursday: 9am-1pm AND 3pm-7:30pm
  • Friday: 8am-3pm

Adult education courses are designed to support students towards a career or college pathway, as well as to provide developmental, educational, and lifelong learning opportunities. Courses and programs are defined categorically under the California Education Code, Section 84711, whereby state funding is authorized for specific categories. Categories currently provided by Mt. SAC noncredit include: Basic Skills (including tutoring), English as a Second Language (ESL and VESL), Citizenship, Education for Older Adults, Adults with Disabilities, Secondary Education, Short-term Vocational, and additional courses defined as adult education curricula.

Featured Events


    • Support Programs
      Adult Basic Education (ABE) Counseling

      Adult Basic Education (ABE) Counseling assists students with educational planning, course selection, certificate completion, and the matriculation process to credit courses.  Located in building 30, ABE office.  For more information, call (909) 274-4845.

      Adult Basic Education Lab

      Adult Basic Education Lab provides students with basic skills and support in reading, writing, math, and language through small group classes, individual study, and computer aided instruction.  Located in building 30, room 111.  For more information, call (909) 274-4935.

      Career Counseling

      Career Counseling provides students with resources to define personal and academic goals, explore and identify career options, practice interviewing techniques, and develop study skills.  Located in building 38B, room 2.  For more information, call (909) 274-4845.

      ESL Counseling

      The ESL counseling team helps students in defining their goals, exploring careers of interest, answering questions about residency and academic transcripts, and creating a long-term educational plan.  Located in Building 66, ESL Office.  For more information, call (909) 274-5232.

       Language Learning Center (LLC)

      Language Learning Center (LLC) offers computer, web, and other media resources for students learning English as another language as well as those studying foreign languages.  Located in building 6, room 264.  For more information, call (909) 274-4580.

      WIN provides student athletes with individual tutoring, study groups, and access to academic resources.  Located in building 45, room 1430.   For more information, call (909) 274-4239.
    • Accreditation

      Mt. San Antonio College Continuing Education holds a six-year status of accreditation as an adult school by the Accrediting Commission for Schools (ACS). As a division of Mt. San Antonio College, Continuing Education is also accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC). Both ACS and ACCJC are part of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), an institutional accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Council on Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).

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    • Noncredit Programs

      Mt. SAC offers quality programs and services to meet the needs of all students. We have no-cost programs to help students of all ages build pathways toward career and college goals. Students can earn a high school diploma or equivalency, prepare for the military exam, gain computer skills, learn English, and strengthen self-sufficiency. Services such as counseling and career development support student success.  Learn more about our noncredit resources at the following webpages.

    • Community and Personal Enrichment Courses (Fee-Based) 

      As a community college, we are here to serve our community through education. Community members can enroll in fee-based classes in topics that interest them, such as financial planning, computer literacy, CPR, or home improvement. We also offer activity classes in motorcycle training, martial arts, swim, tennis, and more for children and adults. Browse our fee-based catalog at our Community Education website.

    • Mt. SAC Regional Consortium for Adult Education
      The School of Continuing Education represents the College, in collaboration with seven area school districts and one Regional Occupational Program, on the Mt. SAC Regional Consortium for Adult Education. Recent California legislation established the Adult Education Block Grant - AEBG (AB 104), which called for consortiums to be formed across the state to align, leverage and expand instructional and programmatic services to ensure adult learners enrolled in local programs move along established pathways to achieve optimum levels of literacy, post-secondary transition and employment in the workforce. For more information please contact the Consortium Manager, Ryan Whetstone, via telephone at (909) 274-5474, or visit the consortium website at

Our Deans

  • Dr. Madelyn Arballo
    Associate Vice President
    School of Continuing Education
  • Dr. Liza Becker
    Associate Dean
    Continuing Education Programs & Services
  • Dr. Tami Pearson
    Continuing Education and Workforce Development
School of Continuing Education 

8 AM-6 PM
Building 40-101
(909) 274-4220