Spring Semester Starts Week of Jan. 18

January 10, 2020

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Folsom Lake College's Spring 2020 semester officially begins on Saturday, January 18, 2020 (online and Saturday classes). Most spring classes (full term, 1st 8-week term, and 1st 5-week term) have their first session Tuesday, January 21 through Monday, January 27. Note: The college is closed for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday on Monday, January 20. Other shorter-term or "Fast-Track" classes begin throughout the the session. Classes are offered at the Main Folsom campus, the El Dorado Center in Placerville, the Rancho Cordova Center, and online.

A selection of general education, university transfer, career education, and personal enrichment courses - offered both on campus and online - are available. This is an excellent opportunity for continuing students and four-year students to get ahead, as well as for new students to get started toward their educational goal. Although registration is underway and some classes may be closed for registration, there are still many open classes available.

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Current Students

Register online at eServices.

New Students

You must first apply for admission to the college before registering for classes. Tuition is free for first-time full-time students through the Los Rios Promise program. 


For more information, please contact the Admissions & Records offices at the following campus locations:

Main Folsom campus: (916) 608-6500
El Dorado Center: (530) 642-5644
Rancho Cordova Center: (916) 361-6321  

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Spring 2020 Dates and Deadlines (Archive)
The spring 2020 semester ended May 20. See past dates and deadlines for the semester.

Admissions and Records
Admissions & Records serves as the first point of contact to the college. Students may apply online or in person at the main campus or at one of our educational centers.

Tuition and Fees
The current tuition and enrollment fee for residents is $46 per unit. For non-residents, tuition is $353 per unit. Learn about other fees, including foreign student application fee, student representation fee, health services fee, universal transit pass (UTP) fee, and parking fees.