SAN MARCOS (June 3, 2014) – Summer session at Palomar College begins Monday, June 16. The six and eight-week summer sessions feature a cross-section of basic classes in math, English and history, as well as a variety of other subject areas including business, world languages, chemistry, American Sign Language, kinesiology, psychology and performing arts.

While classes are filling up quickly, there are still a number of seats available. For the most up-to-date listing of open classes, visit the College website at

The new Humanities Building, centrally located on the San Marcos campus, will be open for summer classes. The 90,000-square-foot, three-story building houses the following disciplines: English/Humanities, English as a Second Language, Reading, Speech/Forensics/American Sign Language, World Languages and Journalism. Classes in some of these areas will begin in their new Humanities building location in the fall.

California community college fees remain an affordable higher education option at $46 per unit.

Palomar College offers more than 300 associate degree and certificate programs, and has classes offered in a variety of formats, including traditional, online, video and flexible schedule. For more information, visit


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