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Community Education

About Community Education

Luna Community College and its Community Education programs provide great opportunities to improve our lives through professional development, personal enrichment, and recreational activities. LCC provides a wide range of non-credit short courses, including one-day and half-day seminars, credit-based computer software courses, Small Business Development Center workshops, and physical education activities.

Community Education presents the opportunity for students, traditional and non-traditional, to fill those educational needs. Since most of the courses are offered during the evening hours (after 5 pm) or weekends, they don’t interfere with typical working hours.

The current Schedule of Classes is available as well on the LCC website under the link “Schedule”. Browse through our course schedule –this may be the perfect time for that hobby that has intrigued you!

We invite you to participate in LCC’s Community Education programs and the other community services such as Driver’s Education, Commercial Driver’s License training, and workshops offered by the Small Business Development Center (SBDC). Many of the workshops/training sessions are offered outside the Las Vegas area.

LCC’s Community Education offices are located in the Recruitment & Admissions Office, Room 119 of the Student Services Center. For more information, call 454-5311, or 1-800-588-7232, extension 1204, for Community Education; 454-2582, or 1-800-588-7232, extension 1759, for SBDC.

Course Proposal

Course Proposal for Community Ed Classes

Please return completed forms to:

Luna Community College
Community & Continuing Education
366 Luna Drive
Las Vegas, NM 87701

New Community Ed Courses

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Registration Information

To register for credit courses (CSA, PE, HPS prefix), an individual that has never attended LCC must complete the following

Note: Individuals that have previously attended LCC complete only the registration card.

We cannot emphasize the importance of early registration for guaranteed placement in a course. Courses are subject to cancellation if minimum enrollment is not met. Ten is the minimum for credit-bearing courses.

To register for Community Education courses (COM prefix) visit the LCC Office of Recruitment & Admissions, Room 119, Student Services Center, and complete a Community Education registration form. You may make payment for the courses in this office as well.

Students should register prior to the first class session. We cannot emphasize the importance of early registration for guaranteed placement in a course. Courses are subject to cancellation if minimum enrollment is not met. Seven is the minimum for Community Education courses.