COS Extension - Frequently Asked Questions





Do I have to Login to look at my class schedule?
No. You can click on the Navigator icon on the home page. The fourth selection down in the second blue box on the left is Class Schedule (no login needed).

Why can't I find my class in the printed schedule?

Although we still create a printed schedule to put a PDF file on the web, it is not as up-to-date as the Navigator online version.  New classes are being added and changed all the time.

How do I find Community Education/Extension classes from the COS website?

1.  From the COS home page, click on the Navigator icon (located on the right).  Login or select Class Schedule (no login needed).  Select the semester you desire and click Submit.

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2. From the COS home page, click on the ACADEMICS pull down tab, scroll down to Class Schedules, then click on Online Searchable Schedule on the left. Select the semester you desire and click Submit.

Scroll through Subject looking for Extension classes which have a prefix beginning with an "X" (Arts & Craft - XAC, Fitness & Well-Being - XFW, etc.)

Do I need to preregister or can I just show up and register at the first class?
Preregistration is required to reserve a place in class a week before the class starts. Classes with low enrollment may be cancelled.

If the minimum number of students do not sign up for the class, will it be cancelled?
With a limited number of exceptions, most classes are required to have 15 fully paid students enrolled a week before the class starts to allow the class to run. Before the first session, the COS Extension Director and instructor may consult with each other regarding a class with fewer than 15 enrolled students. The instructor is responsible for contacting students when classes are cancelled.

Will I get a refund if the class is cancelled?
Yes. Refunds are processed every week, but because of processing it may take up to two weeks to get your refund.

How do I register?
A. Previous students may register online by clicking on the Navigator icon on the right side of the home page www.siskiyous.edu. Community Education/Extension classes will be found with (X) following the genre of class in the Subject box. Previous students may also use one of the methods for new students.

B. New students should complete the Registration form (fillable PDF) at the COS Extension page: http://www.siskiyous.edu/ia/extension/ and use one of the four methods.


1. email it to registration@siskiyous.edu - requires credit card

2. fax it to (530) 938-5367 - requires credit card

3. mail to COS Registration, 800 College Avenue, Weed, CA  96094 - with credit card or check

4. or take the completed registration form and payment to the Enrollment Services Registration window in the John Mantle Building on the Weed Campus (currently closed on Wednesdays).  - credit card, check, or cash

How do I go about teaching an Extension class?
COS Extension is always seeking new and innovative programming which is of interest to the public. Please contact Sonia Wright at (530) 938-5571 if you have questions or would like to discuss your ideas. Interested persons who have teaching experience (a teaching credential is NOT required), expertise in a field, and a passion for working with the community are encouraged to submit a proposal. All classes must be taken through the Curriculum Committee by the instructor using CurricUNET (www.curricunet.com/siskiyous/). Instructors are responsible for promoting their class, but may access the assistance of the COS Public Relations Office.


Contact

Office of Institutional Advancement
College of the Siskiyous
800 College Avenue, Weed, CA 96094
Tel. (530) 938-5373
E-mail COS Extension







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