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If you are a new student and do not have an AS or BA/BS degree, you must take an assessment test to enroll in classes. Special EVENING hours for assessments for CTE students are also offered 7/22 and 8/6 from 6-8:30 PM. To schedule an evening assessment contact: MarkYamamoto: myamamoto@peralta.edu.
 
CTE Counseling Orientation class also available 8/11 or 8/13 6-9 PM, location TBD. For details contact Mark Yamamoto.
 

Career Technical Education Students Only Assessment Schedule
7/22 6-8:30 PM
8/6 6-8:30 PM

 
Other assessment time slots as follows:

7/30 10AM-1PM 8/12 4 PM-7PM 8/19 10AM-1PM
8/6 10AM-1PM 8/14 12PM-3PM 8/21 12PM-3PM
8/8 9AM-12PM 8/15 10AM-1PM

 

To find out more about the new SSSP enrollment process please go to the following link; Getting started: The Student Success Program at Laney College

 
Photo by David HanksThis certificate or AA degree program offers hands-on experience for students interested in combining artistic creativity and computer technology. Students receive practical knowledge of processes, theory of design principles and elements, computer software applications, and personal communication skills. Opportunities of employment from an education in graphic design range widely in emphasis. Related industries integrating graphic designers, digital imaging specialists and multimedia authors vary as much as commercial printing does from motion pictures. All mass visual communications require the skills and training of graphic design/digital imaging.

 

Laney College: Calendar – Spring 2014

  • Graphic Arts Brochure (PDF – 1.4 MB)

    Graphic Arts Brochure