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The Winter 2023 Course Schedule Information is now online!

For those of you looking to get a head start researching the classes you'd like to take in the Winter, you can now browse the online/printable versions of our Winter 2023 schedule.

The Spring 2023 Course Schedule Information is now online!

For those of you looking to get a head start researching the classes you'd like to take in the Spring, you can now browse the online/printable versions of our Spring 2023 schedule.

The Fall 2022 Course Schedule Information is now online!

For those of you looking to get a head start researching the classes you'd like to take in the Fall, you can now browse the online/printable versions of our Fall 2022 schedule.

The Winter 2022 Course Schedule Information is now online!

For those of you looking to get a head start researching the classes you'd like to take in the Winter, you can now browse the online/printable versions of our Winter 2022 schedule.

The Spring 2022 Course Schedule Information is now online!

For those of you looking to get a head start researching the classes you'd like to take in the Spring, you can now browse the online/printable versions of our Spring 2022 schedule.

The Summer 2022 Course Schedule Information is now online!

For those of you looking to get a head start researching the classes you'd like to take in the Spring, you can now browse the online/printable versions of our Spring 2022 schedule.

The Fall 2021 Course Schedule Information is now online!

For those of you looking to get a head start researching the classes you'd like to take in the Fall, you can now browse the online/printable versions of our Fall 2021 schedule.

Would you like to register in SPAN 110, 200 or 221 without taking the previous course in the sequence?

Come and take a preparatory workshop that will help you pass the Placement Exams for these courses.

Tuesday, January 23 @ 2:30-3:30 PM
Wednesday, January 25 @ 2:30-3:30 PM
Thursday, January 26 @ 9:00-10:00 AM
Tuesday, January 30 @ 10:00-11:00 AM

This course has enabled open enrollment. Students can self-enroll in the course with this URL: https://imperial.instructure.com/register and use the following join code: M786PC

(Reprinted with permission of the Imperial Valley Press) By MARIO RENTERIA, Managing Editor IMPERIAL — Imperial High senior Marie Alvarez, 17, is still trying to decide if she's going to San Diego State University in San Diego or Biola University in La Mirada. On Wednesday, she and her senior classmates at Imperial met 30 different college and university representatives and recruiters during Higher Ed Week put on by the Imperial County Office of Education at Imperial. Biola and SDSU were among the 30 schools. "I think it's very helpful and I love that they do this for the community because not everybody has that opportunity to do it for themselves," said Alvarez. "Having this at the high school, it's a really great chance for students to know more about their colleges and know more about what they want to do with their lives." The event at Imperial is one of several the ICOE is holding this week, with the event visiting Brawley Union, Calipatria and Southwest high schools today. It has already been to Central Union, San Pasqual Valley in Winterhaven on Tuesday and Holtville and Calexico highs later in the day Wednesday. "It's been a great success," said Denise Cabanilla, director of Higher Education and Adult Learning at the ICOE. "We have students asking a lot of fantastic questions, our recruiters are excited and enthusiastic about promoting their colleges and higher education in general." In its 11th year, the event provides information directly to students about tuition, grades, transfer requirements and anything a student might ask as he or she prepares for life after high school. "It helps you see how the colleges are going to be like as a freshman, what it's going to cost, everything you need to do to get into that college," said Imperial senior Omar Ahmad, who is planning to attend the University of California, Los Angeles. "I'm originally from LA … my sister is going to UCLA already."

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