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Take advantage of Pacific Union College's FREE online courses. With 18 college courses to choose from, you can save money and time by earning college credit for free while finishing high school or while waiting to start college full time, from wherever you are. Courses are fully accredited so you can use the college credit later, at PUC or the college of your choice.
Classes start March 29, so apply now.
Tuition & Registration
Your first class is free! After that, you are welcome to take up to two additional classes for only $900 each. Admission is required before registering for classes. Follow these simple steps to get started:
- Submit an application. If you have already submitted an application with us, you don't need to apply again.
- Submit your official or unofficial transcripts. If your school is closed and you have a problem with this step, we may be able to help.
- Email email@example.com to confirm your class choice(s)
- Once you're registered, you pay nothing for your free class. If you choose to take advantage of an additional one or two low cost classes, you can make your payment by credit card or check.* For credit card payment, simply call Student Finance directly at (707) 965-7530 - this line is staffed M-TH 9am-12pm and 1-3pm, and F 9am-12pm. If you use a check, please include your new PUC ID number on your check and mail to:
Pacific Union College
1 Angwin Avenue
Angwin, CA 94508
- After you are registered for your class(es), you will receive information about how your class will work online. You'll also receive all the privileges and support of being a PUC student. This support includes, but is not limited to, a PUC student ID card, counseling support, spiritual and social activities, and much more.
Questions? Call (707) 965-6439 for help!
*Students wishing to apply for financial aid may do so but they will be charged regular rate of $865 per unit. Payments are non-refundable.
Start earning college credit for free by choosing from a variety of our introductory classes. From Intro to Statistics, Beginning Italian, General Psychology, and Intro to Computer Programming, we have 18 great choices for you!
|CWL||COMM 105||Communication and Public Speaking||Tara Hargrove||MTWF||10:00-10:50 AM||Y only Wed|
|CWL||JOUR 110||Current Issues in the Media||Lynne Thew||MW||2-3:15 pm||Y|
|CWL||ITAL 111||Beginning Italian||Sylvia Rasi Gregorutti||MTWTh||9:00-9:50AM||N|
|CWL||SPAN 113||Spanish III||Smirna Garcia-Ramirez||MTWTH||9:00-9:50AM||N|
|MP||STAT 222||Intro to Statistics||Adu||MTWF||9a - 9:50a||N|
|MP||STAT 222||Intro to Statistics||Sremac||MTWTh||1p - 1:50p||N|
|MP||MATH 106||College Algebra||Adu||M T Th F||11a -11:50a||N|
|MP and Business||INFS 115||Intro to Computer Programming||Sremac||MW||2p - 3:40p||N|
|MP||PHYS 105||Intro to Physics||Robertson||MTWThF||1p -1:50p||N|
|Visual Arts||ARTH-115-01||History of Western Art I||Jon Carstens||MTWTH||11:00AM-11:50AM||Y|
|Visual Arts||ARTH-116-01||History of Western Art II||Jon Carstens||MTWTH||9:00AM-9:50AM||Y|
|Psych & Social Work||SOWK-121||Intro to Social Work||Alisa Jacobo/Michael Milmine||MW||02:00PM-03:15PM||N|
|Psych & Social Work||PSYC-121||General Psychology||Danielle Nelson/Michael Milmine||MTWTh||9:00-9:50am||N|
|Psych & Social Work||PSYC/SOWK-126||Assertive Behavior||Martin Pita/Michael Milmine||M||6:00-7:50pm||N|
|INFS||240||Introduction to Geo Info Syst||Peter Lecourt||T||6:00-6:50pm||N|
|INFS||240L||Lab for above||Peter Lecourt||Th||2:00-5:00pm||N|
|COMM||105-WEB||Public Speaking||Tara Hargrove||W||5:30-6:20pm|
Requirements & Standards
- Students must be new to PUC and high school seniors with a GPA of 2.75 or higher (6th semester transcript), or transfer students who meet our transfer admissions requirements.
- To register, all you need to provide is a completed application and your transcripts. Starting transcripts may be unofficial.
- Students will need to cover the cost of books needed for classes
- No admission fees or tuition for up to 4 units
- Students will be treated as regular PUC students with the same benefits and resources
Communication & Public Speaking
Develops skills in communication, surveys the human communication process, and encourages responsible speaking and listening. Focuses on intrapersonal, interpersonal, small group, and public communication with a specific emphasis on interaction with diverse others in a collabartive setting.
Current Issues in the Media
Introduction to journalism and its various platforms, including print, video, online, and broadcast. Emphasis on the role and responsibility of the press in a free society.
Jump into 3rd quarter of Beginning Spanish with Prof. García-Ramírez! Ideal for HS seniors with Spanish 1 completed – also for Heritage Spanish speakers wanting to learn interesting cultural facts and practice their conversational skills.
History of Western Art I
Designed to further appreciation of art as an expression of human experience. Major monuments in Western Civilization from its origins to the Gothic period with particular emphasis on the relationship between art and the cultural and historical epoch in which it was created.
History of Western Art II
Designed to further appreciation of art as an expression of human experience. Major artists and monuments in Western Civilization from the Renaissance to the present with particular emphasis on the relationship between art and the cultural and historical epoch in which it was created.
Introduction to Geo Info Systems
Core concepts and components of geographic information systems (GIS). Introduction to the use of real-world GIS software systems, including industry standard ArcGIS. One lecture & Lab.
An analysis of the structure and functioning of the economy in the United States. Concepts and tools of economics are used to study how decisions of individuals, businesses, and governments relate to growth, income, employment, and inflation