The summer 2017 semester at Cuesta College begins in June and registration is currently open for hundreds of courses on the San Luis Obispo Campus, North County Campus in Paso Robles, South County Center in Arroyo Grande, and online. Students can register for courses in the areas of biology, geology, oceanography, art, business, engineering, kinesiology, mathematics, Spanish, and more. Free emeritus courses for older adults are also being offered at all three college sites in the areas of beginning music arts, drawing, watercolor, painting, cooking, and more.

The summer 2017 semester runs June 12 through August 4, and offers various course lengths: full-term (six weeks or more), less than full-term (five to three weeks), and short courses (two weeks or less). For a full list of classes, visit and click Find Classes. Students can get information on how to apply, register and enroll in the summer 2017 semester by visiting the application webpage. Courses are $46 per unit. For more information, please call (805) 546-3100.

In addition, registration is also now open for Cuesta College Community Program’s summer programs. Program organizers have expanded this year’s offerings to include a variety of camps and programs for students of all ages. Beginning in June, the community can enjoy the 30th Annual College for Kids, 4th Grade Camp, intermediate acting, swim lessons, optimum basketball, a summer jazz workshop, summer reading programs, Amazing 4 in 1 Robot program, Arcade Electronics Galore, and more. This year, scholarships are available for Community Programs registrants; visit the scholarship opportunities webpage for details.

For information on the various available programs, dates, and registration, fees, visit the Community Programs webpage or call the Cuesta College Community Programs Department at (805) 546-3132.