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Adult Education

The Adult Education Program at Las Positas College provides assistance and transitional support for adult learners looking to advance their academic and/or career pursuits.  We also work in collaboration with our sister school, Chabot College.

We Can Help:

  • Support students in their transition from Adult Education to Community College. 
  • Provide coordinated services for student from all of the Mid-Alameda County Consortium (MACC) members and partner agencies.
  • Connect adult learners to campus resources and support services.
  • Expand classes and programs offered to adult learners.
  • Build relationships with businesses and employment-focused organizations to transition students to the workforce.

What We Offer at LPC

  • 24 Occupational Associate Degrees, 17 Transfer Associate Degrees, and 44 Certificate Programs including community education courses geared toward personal development and cultural enrichment.
  • Classes available for basic skills, transfer, career-technical, and retraining goals.
  • Flexible class schedules with online, evening, weekend, and fast-track courses.
  • Dual Enrollment classes free of cost to Adult Learners pursuing a High School Diploma or General Education Degree.


Adult Education Community Partners

Las Positas College, alog with local Adult Education Schools and Regional Occupational Programs (ROP), collaborates with 12 partners in our service area to provide noncredit pathways, bridge courses, assist with wrap-around transition services, and prepare for assessment alignment for adult students.  We also provide career education certification, pre-apprenticeship, and career re-entry programming. 

This group is also known as the Mid-Alameda County Consortium (MACC).  Please follow the link for additional information for adult students.

clpccd community network map

For more information about our partners, visit:

Programs offered through adult education community partners can be a starting point for future college programs. Learn more at