- Winter Term 2024: Registration Opens: 12/18/2023 | Classes: 1/16/2024 – 2/22/2024
- Spring Term 2024: Registration Opens: 3/18/2024 | Classes: 4/16/2024 – 5/23/2024
- Fall Term 2024: Registration Opens: 9/16/2024. | Classes: 10/15/2024 – 11/21/2024
New Winter 2024 Classes Begin in January
Registration opens December 18, 2023 at 10AM
- Creative SF Writing, 6 Weeks: 01/16 - 02/20
- Indian/Non-Indian Relations: Some Historical and Legal Context, 6 Weeks: 01/16 - 02/20
- Memoir Writing, 6 Weeks: 01/16 - 02/20
- The Emerging Science of Consciousness, 6 Weeks: 01/16 - 02/20
- The History of Tools, 6 Weeks: 01/16 - 02/20
- DNA and Genealogy: A Workshop, 6 Weeks: 01/18 - 02/22
- Coherent Breathing for Transforming Your Brain, Health, and Emotions: The Science and Practices, 6 Weeks: 01/18 - 02/22
- Megafloods, the Ice Age, and Scientific Controversy, 6 Weeks: 01/18 - 02/22
- Neurogenesis: Tips for Living Your Best Life, 6 Weeks: 01/18 - 02/22
- Gardening with Skagit County WSU Extension Master Gardeners, 3 Weeks: 02/08 - 02/22
We offer convenient class registration via the Register Online link. No need to fill out a paper form and write a check. With our online registration, select your classes, follow the enrollment steps, and pay securely by credit card.
In-person assistance will again be offered at the Anacortes Senior Activity Center on December 18th from 10-12 noon. For those preferring a paper mail-in, please print our Registration Form and mail with your check for the required fees.
The cost for each 6-week course is $30; the cost for each 3-week course is $20.
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 Anacortes 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.