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Folsom Lake College fall classes start late August

Folsom Lake College’s fall 2013 semester starts Aug. 24. While students have already begun registering and some classes are now full, there are available classes.

Here are a few of the classes still open for registration:

General Education offerings — These classes in areas such as communication studies, history and English writing are critical for earning your Associates degree or transferring to a four-year university.

Environmental technology classes — There are several of these offerings open for fall 2013, all designed for green careers in fields like water management and waste water management.

Kinesiology  classes — These classes are part of the college’s certificate programs in group fitness and personal trainer.

Visual and performing arts classes — Take classes in art, dance, music and theatre arts many housed within the critically renowned Harris Center for the Arts.

Interested students should flc.losrios.edu for more information on which classes are open. Folsom Lake College offers classes at the main Folsom campus, the El Dorado Center in Placerville and the Rancho Cordova Center. The complete class schedule is available online at losrios.edu/flc/fall/.

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