Sorry, All Jan-Feb Classes Are Full
Thank you to our students for your enthusiastic support. Your registrations filled all seven of the winter term courses. Please note that the Wait List remains open until classes begin.
Watch here for Spring term classes. Enrollment begins on March 21st for the April-May classes. There will be new classes along with several requested favorites. We always appreciate class suggestions and new instructor information.
After a two-year hiatus, the ASC board looks forward to seeing our students again. Welcome back.
The Anacortes Senior College will resume in-person classes this Winter term starting January 11, 2022, after a long hiatus due to the pandemic. Classes will meet on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 4 to 6pm at the Anacortes Middle School. CDC and Skagit County Health Department guidelines will be followed to provide a safe learning environment for our students, instructors and volunteers. All students must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination and wear masks. Instructors will wear masks.
Memoir Writing - 6 weeks
Exploring Washington’s Geology - 6 weeks
Bugs, Bugs, Bugs and Other Insects - 6 weeks
The Evolution of Our Solar System - 6 weeks
Three Good Movies: Cooking and Eating - 6 weeks
Math: “PHUN” ’n “PHROLIC” - 6 weeks
The Tankers of Puget Sound - 3 weeks (Feb 3-17)
Online registration is now open. In-person assistance will be offered at the Anacortes Senior Activity Center on Monday, December 13th from 10:00am - noon.
Since 2007 the Anacortes Senior College has provided a curriculum of intellectually satisfying programs for people age 50 and above, led by retired professors and other instructors volunteering their time and expertise. With no required books, tests or credits, and a nominal fee for classes, students participate for the sheer joy of learning while meeting other curious students along the way.
About Senior College
At the Anacortes Senior College we look forward to providing a variety of interesting, meaningful and fun courses, and to make attending class an enjoyable experience for our students. Because we do not have books, tests or credit, we take the fear out of coming to class. We encourage students to listen to the instructor, engage in class discussion, and socialize with fellow students during the break.
We are fortunate to partner with the Anacortes School District, which allows us to use the classrooms in the middle school. Our age 50+ students have access to retired professors and other qualified instructors who come forward to share their knowledge.