Do you need to know it – fast? Study anthropology, dance, global studies and more – within the span of a few days or up to eight weeks – thanks to Allan Hancock College’s spring 2017 short-term classes. These classes are popular with individuals who want or need to complete classes at a faster rate.
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The Santa Maria Public Library is pleased to show the movie The Jungle Book, which is rated PG. The film will be screened on Monday, January 9th at 5:30 p.m. in Shepard Hall. This event is free and no tickets are required.
Writer/director/actor Jon Favreau has adapted this beloved Disney animated classic as a combined animated/live …

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Students at Kermit McKenzie Junior High in Guadalupe received a special visit from veteran Allan Hancock College Police Officer Richard Ramirez, who shared with them inspiration and advice he gained from nearly 50 years of service as an officer.
“I love being here in Guadalupe!” Ramirez told the students. “Guadalupe is my home. It’s where I …

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The Allan Hancock College Financial Aid office distributed more than $30 million in student federal and state financial aid and scholarships during the 2015-16 academic year. Find out how to apply for financial aid to help with your college costs by contacting the college or visiting our website, www.hancockcollege.edu. The application process is quick and …

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Copies of the Allan Hancock College Spring 2017 Schedule at a Glance are now available at public libraries throughout Northern Santa Barbara County and Southern San Luis Obispo County. Free to residents while supplies last, this abbreviated printed class schedule contains a basic listing of credit classes.
Complete details about all spring classes can be obtained …

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