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Madera Community College Announces Classes Starting February 22

Emergency aid available to students

MADERA – There is still time for community members to enroll in college classes for the Spring 2021 semester. Short-term classes are starting February 22 and March 15. The application and advising process is simple, and counselors are available to help students select courses.

Follow this link for more info and to sign up: https://www.maderacollege.edu/

Madera Community College also has $128,000 in emergency funds to distribute to students for the spring semester. These funds are available to students on a first-come, first-served basis. Funds can be used to cover any expense that will help students continue progress towards completion of academic goals, such as tuition, fees, food, utilities and transportation. Students do not need to pay back the funds.

Classes available include courses needed to complete an Associate’s Degree or transfer to a four-year institution, as well as options to gain technical, workforce skills. Courses range from English and math to data entry and management. Most classes will be taught online with quality instruction and student support. There will be limited face-to face options.

“At Madera Community College, our mission is to eliminate barriers for anyone who wants to earn a degree or gain an employable skill. Funding such as the emergency aid and programs like our food pantry are meant to support students in achieving their goals,” said President Angel Reyna. “We have worked hard to develop quality online courses amid COVID-19. Students should not have to put their dreams on hold.”

About Madera Community College

Madera Community College is located at the edge of the city of Madera on Avenue 12 east of Highway 99, serving approximately seven-thousand students annually. The college provides an affordable, quality education for residents of Madera County and nearby communities, and is a proud member of the State Center Community College District.

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