What is Noncredit?

Ohlone College now offers noncredit classes and certificate programs in a variety of disciplines.  You’ll find noncredit courses in the following departments:

  • Business Administration (BA)
  • Business Supervision / Management (BSM)
  • Computer Applications and Occupational Technology (CAOT)
  • Computers, Networks, and Emerging Technology (CNET)
  • English as a Second Language (ESL)
  • Mathematics

Noncredit Courses

  • are tuition FREE
  • are repeatable
  • will not eat up your Financial Aid
  • do not require proof of residency
  • will prepare you to achieve academic, career, and/or lifelong learning goals
  • will help prepare you for success in college level work

Who should take noncredit classes?

Noncredit courses are ZERO UNIT courses offered to students who are:

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Minors who may benefit from instruction and have permission from both the local high school district and a parent or guardian

NOTE:  Students who hold F1 visas will need to connect with the Ohlone College International Program to learn the process and eligibility for enrolling into a noncredit course or program.  Please contact: https://www.ohlone.edu/international/contact

Noncredit classes have been designed to give students the chance to learn skill sets if they are:

  • Reentering the workforce
  • Lifelong learners
  • Seeking continuing education for job advancement
  • Looking to improve skills before attempting a college course for credit

Please visit our handbook page to learn more about policies and procedures at Bridgepoint and Crossroads.

All full-time low-income Bridgepoint and Crossroads students are eligible for a Youth Transit Pass. This pass includes unlimited AC Transit rides, 50% off BART fares, and other youth discounts. Please complete the application forms and return to the Main Office. You can download the forms or stop by the Main Office to apply in person.

Student Transit Pass App_NUSD

Student Transit Pass Application_page2_NUSD

Student Transit Pass App_page1_ES_NUSD.pdf

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Graduation 2019

Crossroads Graduation

7pm Tuesday, MacGregor Cafeteria

 

Bridgepoint Graduation

7pm Wednesday, MacGregor Cafeteria

 

Caps and Gowns available in Main Office. $35 cash only

June 11, 2019

7pm

MacGregor Cafeteria.

Please arrive on time as seating is general admission.

Bridgepoint CAASPP 2019 CAASPP Parent Letter (1) CAASPP Parent Letter Spanish (1) (1)

Testing Calendar

Tuesday April 30 ELA and Math CAT

Wednesday May 1 ELA and Math PT

Wednesday May 8 Science

Tuesday May 14 ELA and Math CAT

Wednesday May 15 ELA and Math PT

May 20-24 CAASPP Makeups w Ms. Calderon

 

Testing time

Brunch 10:02 to 10:12

Test prep 10:14 to 10:25

Test time 10:25 to 12:33

 

All non-testing students should bring assignments or extra credit work they can complete on testing days.  

 

Ohlone for Kids and Teens offers academic and special interest enrichment classes for students in grades 3-11. Students can engage in hands-on learning activities including Arts/Performing Arts, Language Arts, English, Math, Reading, LEGO Robotics, Electronics, Science, Social Studies, and SAT/College Preparation.

Visit https://www.ohlone.edu/ohloneforkids for more information and to register.

There are also scholarship opportunities available for Newark families.  More information about that is available here.

League of Volunteers is offering FREE summer recreation for Newark residents ages 5-12.

The program runs June 17-27 and July 8 – August 1, 2019 (closed the week of the July 4), on Monday through Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Registration is available at www.lov.org starting May 1, 2019 on a first come, first served basis. Processing fees are $10/child.

Visit www.lov.org or call 510-793 -5683 for more information.