Spring Term 2

Monday, April 6 - Friday, June 12



| The Web | This Website |
Online, walk-in, and mail-in registration available
Community Ed Registration (Classes in Dance, Languages, Personal Growth, and some Saturday Workshops)
Traditional Online Registration (Computers, Business and Communications, some Medical, some Saturday Workshops, and Life Long Learning)

Downloads

Spring 2015 Catalog


Registration Form


Transcript Request

Transcript Info Page

Adobe Reader
for PDFs


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Thinking about becoming a Certified Nurse Assistant?
The orientation is FREE and no registration is required. Just drop in. This is your opportunity to ask questions about this career. For program description and orientation details, visit the Medical/Health Careers page.

Looking for a job? Are you an employer who needs people? Click the One-Stop blue logo above for info on how to find a job or how to find employees. Visit the new North Cities One-Stop Career Centers branch in Room 105, one door east of the BAS main office.

Wondering what career path to take?
Visit the Career Pathways page to see what interests you. There are certificate programs and suggested course pathways to accomplish your job objectives.

ESL and High School Equivalency students: You must register in person
ESL students need an English test and orientation. Visit the ESL page.
High school equivalency students need an assessment. Visit the Academic page.

Support Group at BAS for LGBTQIQ students
Hosted by the Pacific Center for Human Growth, supporting BAS students in the LGBTQIQ community. Click the image to download a PDF.
• 1st and 3rd Wednesdays • 4:15-5:30pm • Room 110

SEEDS Community Resolution Center is offering trainings on the BAS campus, inlcuding Mediation & Conflict Resolution. Visit the SEEDS page for further info.

Think you Know Your Computer? Or Microsoft Word? Take a test to find out!
Visit the Computer classes page. Just under the title area, you'll find download links for a .doc or a .PDF to test your knowledge.

Want to teach a Community Education class at BAS?
Visit the Teacher Resources page for information on how to apply. The deadline has passed for the Fall 2014 classes. However, you can submit an application for a future term.
Your personal information is important!
Take a look at the policy page to see how Berkeley Adult School handles your personal information. While you're there, check out our other policies as well, including refunds, class fees, complaint procedures, and more.