June 23, 2016
Learn About Canning Seasonal Foods in New Class

Create fruit preserves, salsa, pickles, and much more!

June 23, 2016
Learn How to Process and Harvest Honey!

Class begins July 9

June 10, 2016
Twenty-One Recruits Graduate from Hancock's Law Enforcement Training Academy, Including 17 Hired by Area Agencies

Hundreds gathered to watch Class #110 graduate at the Public Safety Training Complex

May 31, 2016
Hancock Students Receive Grant To Increase Educational Opportunities For Lompoc Valley Residents

Students plan to use the funds to bring a vibrant student life to the LVC


Measure I signThe office of Community Education provides students with lifelong learning, college transfer and career preparation opportunities, and personal enrichment.  Community Education offers noncredit classes, fee-based/community services classes, college for kids, traffic school, mature driver courses, online education, special educational events, and more. See class schedules

Bond measure i

Measure I signNorthern Santa Barbara County residents voted June 6, 2006, to approve Measure I, the $180 million general facilities bond to improve Allan Hancock College.  Funding from the bond will help the college modernize technology, upgrade the failing infrastructure of decades-old classrooms and labs, and build new teaching and learning spaces.  ...Read More


J. Danny Segura

J. Danny Segura
Wildland Fire Tech Student

"I have been taking classes through Allan Hancock College for about 3 years. I'm currently enrolled in their Firefighter 1 Academy and have really enjoyed it so far and I've made some new friends. The instructors are great and have years and years of experience and knowledge. Allan Hancock has helped me further my education in my fire service career."
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