Saddleback Adult Education

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Saddleback Adult Education Committed to Your Success

*Providing free, non-credit, open-entry Adult Education classes. Apply and register anytime throughout the semester! We will be offering three options for fall classes - On-Campus, Fully Online or Hybrid. 

Fall Semester Begins: Monday, August 23, 2021

Welcome Back, Students! Starting Monday, August 2, the Adult Education office located at Silverado High School will be open to the public for on-site student support services. Please Note: Face coverings are required for all students, staff and visitors. Learn more about our safety procedures at saddleback.edu/HealthandSafetySafety-Requirements

Getting Started:

 1. Create Assessment ID
 2. Submit Saddleback College Application
 3. View Class Schedule listed below to view available courses
 4. Register for Classes in MySite *How to register for classes guide
 5. Attend free Adult Education classes in-person or online through Canvas.
 

Need Assistance?  Contact Us

If you have questions about classes or need help getting started, we are available to assist you

  Monday-Thursday   8:30 am - 8:00 pm

 Tel.: (949) 348-6850  •  Emailscadulted@saddleback.edu

Fall Semester  |  Class Schedules 

 Click our program links below to view our classes available for the Fall Semester. Classes are offered in-person, online and hybrid. *All Fall classes will be held August 23 - December 21.

                                                                  Search for AESL classes

➡ Adult English as a Second Language (AESL) Classes - Click Here

➡ High School Equivalency (HSE) Classes - Click Here

➡ Occupational & Academic Skills for Independence & Success (OASIS/ AEWD) Classes - Click Here

 

Scheduling Options:

To fit the diverse needs and preferences of our students, Saddleback College will be offering three options for fall classes - On-Campus, Hybrid, and Fully Online. 

     

Adult Education Main Office | Visit Us

Welcome Back, Students! Starting Monday, August 2, the Adult Education office located at Silverado High School will be open to the public for on-site student support services. Please Note: Face coverings are required for all students, staff and visitors. Learn more about our safety procedures at saddleback.edu/HealthandSafetySafety-Requirements

The main office for Saddleback College Adult Education is located off of the main campus, at Silverado High School in order to serve our students in the community. Here, you will find a dedicated space for classrooms and staff offices.

➡ Address: 25632 Peter A Hartman Way, Mission Viejo, CA 92691  *Click here for map.

➡ Hours: Monday-Thursday   8:30 am - 8:00 pm

Student Services Offered:

  • Admissions & Records assistance (Bilingual support offered in English & Spanish)
    • Application support
    • Registration support
    • Student Update support on college record
  • Technology assistance (Bilingual support offered in English & Spanish)
    • Canvas support
    • College Email support
    • ConferZoom support

Class Locations | Adult Education

Saddleback Adult Education partners with several community agencies to bring you classes throughout South Orange County.

Saddleback College main campus  

   28000 Marguerite Parkway Mission Viejo, California 92692

Saddleback Adult Education at Silverado High School 

   25632 Peter A. Hartman Way, Mission Viejo, CA 92691

Union High School (formerly Serra High School) 

   31351 El Camino Real, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

*Please note: We will be offering three options for fall classes - On-Campus, Hybrid or Fully Online.

Registration & Canvas Resources | Video Guides

MySite Registration Guide

Canvas and ConferZoom Guide

Undocumented Students | Educational & Community Resources

Saddleback College is deeply committed to the inclusion of all people, regardless of their race, ethnicity, heritage, national origin, immigration status, religion, age, sexual orientation, or level of ability. Saddleback College is dedicated to student success, inclusion, and the powerful representation of each member of our community.  

The Undocumented Student Support webpage provides a variety of resources to our Dreamers, AB540 eligible students and our undocumented students to support academic success. California Assembly Bill 540 (AB540) is a California law that allows qualified undocumented students opportunities to further their education and pay in-state tuition fees at all California Community Colleges. 

If you are an undocumented student, there are many resources available to you. Please know Saddleback Colleges caring allies are ready to help and protect our undocumented community and their families.

At Saddleback College you will find a safe environment and supportive community. 

Welcome to opportunity.

Click here for more information on the Saddleback Undocumented Student Support Resources 

Meet with a Bilingual Counselor

                             Bilingual counselors are provided by the Saddleback College Counseling Center. 

*Fall semester counseling begins August 23.* 

Our bilingual counselors' information is listed below. Please click on the pop-in zoom links to meet with a counselor or call us at (949) 348-6850 to schedule an appointment. 

Counselors provide students with:

❖ Academic counseling  ❖ Career counseling  ❖ Personal counseling

Click here to view a flyer of our Fall 2021 Counseling schedule.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

 8:30 am - 12:00 pm 

 Maryam Afshari

 (English & Farsi)

 (949) 416-5654

mafshari@saddleback.edu

 8:30 am - 12:00 pm 

 Maryam Afshari

 (English & Farsi)

 (949) 416-5654

mafshari@saddleback.edu

 

 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

 Angel Torres

 (English & Spanish)

atorres92@saddleback.edu

 

 1:00 - 7:00 pm

 Angel Torres

 (English & Spanish)

atorres92@saddleback.edu

 

 

 

 

 3:00 - 7:00 pm

 Maryam Afshari

 (English & Farsi)

 (949) 416-5654

mafshari@saddleback.edu

 

 5:00 - 7:00 pm

 Maryam Afshari

 (English & Farsi)

 (949) 416-5654

mafshari@saddleback.edu