More than 150 Fall Credit Classes Offered in the Lompoc Valley

Classes offered at both the LVC and VAFB Center

JULY 3, 2014 -- Allan Hancock College is offering more than 150 credit classes in the Lompoc Valley this fall.  Classes are available at both the Lompoc Valley and Vandenberg AFB centers.  Another 896 classes are offered at the Santa Maria campus, online, at off-campus sites and in the Santa Ynez Valley.

Details about Lompoc Valley fall classes are available at; click the Class Search link on the home page and then search by location.  Class Search provides real-time information available 24/7.  For details about a specific class, click its blue CRN.

Fall classes in the valley include accounting, administration of justice, agribusiness, anthropology, art, astronomy, biology, business, computer business information systems and office technology, chemistry, economics, early childhood studies, emergency medical services, English, environmental technology, family and consumer science, film, fire technology, food science and nutrition, geography, graphics, health education, history, humanities, law enforcement training, math, multimedia arts and communication, music, paralegal studies, physical education, philosophy, photography, political science, psychology, sociology, Spanish, speech and more. 

Registration for fall credit classes is under way.  Many classes begin the week of Aug. 18, with Fast Track classes starting throughout the semester. 

Eight-week classes are scheduled for both the first half of the semester (Term 1) and the second half (Term 2).  Term 1 classes begin the week of Aug. 18 and end Oct. 10.  Term 2 classes run Oct. 13 through Dec. 5.

To register online, visit and click Apply and Register.

All California residents pay a $46 per credit enrollment fee.  In addition, all students pay a $19 health fee.  Other minimal fees may apply.

Financial aid is available.  To see if you quality, contact the Santa Maria campus financial aid office at (805) 922-6966 ext. 3200 or

All new and returning students (those students not enrolled in the previous semester) must apply to the college by completing an online admissions application, accessed by clicking the Apply and Register link.

Print copies of the fall 2014 Schedule at a Glance are available at all college sites and local public libraries, while supplies last.  The Schedule at a Glance contains a basic listing of fall credit classes available at the time of publication.  Students must still access the online Class Search to obtain the details they will need in order to plan their fall class schedule.

Many new, continuing and returning students must be assessed prior to enrolling.  This is done through START (Student Testing, Advising, Retention and Transition).  START is a process developed by Allan Hancock College to help students succeed in college.  The assessment is not an entrance exam.  Anyone 18 years or older who can benefit from instruction is eligible to attend AllanHancockCollege.  Students with certain qualifications, including students taking classes for life-long learning or those with degrees, are exempt from assessment.  For assessment requirements, dates and times of testing and a complete list of exemptions to assessment, please refer to the AHC Testing Center Web page (see “Student Services” on the drop down menu), or call 922-6966 or toll free 1-866-DIAL AHC (342-5242) ext. 3364. 

For more registration information, call the Admissions & Records office at 922-6966 ext. 3248.  The toll free number in Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties is 1-866-DIAL AHC (342-5242) ext. 3248.

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Last Modified Jun 30, 2017