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Looking for open classes?

FLC PISO
August 28, 2013

Find Open Classes

Find Open Classes

The Fall 2013 semester has officially begun. However, there are open classes. [Please contact the instructor directly to inquire about open seats.]

The Open Class list is available in spreadsheet form. For available Fall classes, click here (current as of 8/28/13). Please check eServices for the latest class information.

You can also search for available classes yourself - follow these 4 easy steps!

Step 1
Click here to go to the Class Schedules page

Step 2
Click on the Search for Classes magnifying glass

Step 3
On the next page, choose these options:
Under Semester, select Fall 2013
Under classes, switch from All Classes to Open
Under College, choose Folsom Lake College
Under Subject, choose whatever subject you wish to see (from Accounting to Work Experience)
Then click View Courses

Step 4
On the next page, scroll the page to view open courses.
Click the Course Title link for more information