Please note: The Emeritus College Office has been temporarily moved to the Advanced Technology Center (ATC) in room 102. We anticipate remaining in this location until the end of May 2015. Park in Lot 4, walk past the Life and Health Science building and we are in the ATC building just behind it. After you enter, we are the first door on the right, room 102. Please check back here for updates on our office location before visiting.
NEW! DVC Composer Spotlight Series - Stephen Sondheim: In His Own Words
No Tests, No Stress, No Homework, No Kidding!
Emeritus College offers not-for-credit, short-term, affordable classes for adults.
If you are looking for educational classes with no test, no stress and learning for the fun of it, Emeritus College is for you. Would you like to be added to Emeritus College's mailing list to receive a brochure of current class offerings? Just call 925-969-4316 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click to view Spring 2015 brochure of Emeritus classes and events - pdf
Click to view Emeritus class and event registration form - pdf
Click to view Coffee, Cookies, and... Crime! - pdf Saturday, April 18, 2015 1-3 p.m.
Class #29, What To Do With My Stuff, has been confirmed for Tuesday, March 3rd at JFK.
Class #3, Late Middle Ages and the Italian Renaissance and class #10, The Reformation, both with Jay Goyce, have both been cancelled by the instructor. As of now, they will not be rescheduled for this semester. Thank you for your understanding.
Class #43, Wonder Women, The Untold Story... occurs on SATURDAY March 28, not Friday. We apologize for the error.
If you have any questions feel free to email us at email@example.com or call
925-969-4316. Office hours are Monday–Thursday, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
We are now located on the ground floor of the Administration Building in the Foundation Office.
You can leave a message at any time and we will get back to you.
We are often asked the following:
Q – Can I take classes at any location?
A – Yes
Q – Why do I need to register ahead of time?
A – Instructors need to know how many handouts to prepare; staff needs to be sure we haven't oversold the room capacity; and if we need to cancel a class we need to know who to contact.
Q – Why is there a fee for classes?
A – Our program is a fee-based one. This means all of our expenses, instructor salaries, brochure printing, staff hours, mailing and supplies need to be covered by student fees and fundraisers. We receive no outside funding.
The Emeritus College Team (Debby, Erika and Dena)