The Foothill College Environmental Horticulture & Design Program presents its spring plant sale, with a spotlight on heirloom tomatoes and low-water-use plants, Saturday, April 8, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the college's horticulture facilities adjacent to Lot 8. Admission is free; parking is $3.
The popular fundraiser features heirloom tomato plants, California native and plants, shrubs, perennials, decorative grasses, ground covers, pottery and more.
Items for sale are first come, first served. Payment must be cash or check; credit cards are not accepted. Bring bags or boxes to transport purchases. Sale proceeds are tax-deductible.
Purchase a required parking permit from dispensers in any student parking lot. Dispensers accept one-dollar bills and debit/credit cards. For more information, call 650.949.7185 or visit foothill.edu.
Begin a specialized career certificate or associate degree, or upgrade your current job skills by enrolling in spring courses at Foothill College. You can also complete the general education course requirements needed to transfer to a four-year university at Foothill. Most Foothill courses are transferable to California State University and University of California campuses, as well as private colleges and universities.
Spring Quarter 2017 registration runs March 1–April 9. For registration instructions and important dates and deadlines, visit foothill.edu/reg/spring17.php.
Foothill’s Spring Quarter classes begin April 10 and run through June 30, unless otherwise noted in the searchable class schedule at foothill.edu/schedule/schedule.php.
California residents pay just $31 per unit plus basic fees for Foothill classes. A full range of student support services is available, including financial aid, academic counseling, tutoring and more. Students can register for classes, review the class schedule, pay enrollment fees, purchase parking permits and buy textbooks online at foothill.edu. For more information and registration instructions, visit foothill.edu/admissions.php.
This spring, Foothill is offering you two chances to enroll in spring classes - helping you fit college into your busy life!
Our regular quarter begins Monday, April 10 and with more than 2,000 class sections, you can choose from on campus, online, or evening at both our main campus and new Sunnyvale Center. Registration is open now and you can check out our online schedule to find just what you’re looking for.
Our six week second spring is a smart way to earn the same credit. You’ll find general education, online, prerequisites, and career education courses - all starting Monday, May 22. Registration doesn’t begin until Monday, April 24, but you can window shop using our online class schedule.
No matter where you are in life, Foothill is the place for you. #iamfoothill
For more detailed dates, deadlines, and registration, visit Admissions & Records.
Foothill College and De Anza College have implemented an emergency notification system (ENS) that rapidly sends voice, e-mail and text* messages to all faculty, staff and students. In the event of an emergency, including a power outage, campus closure or other urgent situation, Foothill-De Anza officials use the ENS service to provide emergency details and information on the appropriate response to all students and employees. The Foothill-De Anza ENS service will not be used for any purposes other than FHDA emergency communications and system testing.
Emergency messages will be sent via e-mail and to all phone numbers that you have signed up for the free ENS service, and can include your work, home, cell and text.
To add or update your contact information for the free ENS service, access your MyPortal.fhda.edu account and follow the instructions listed in the Set Up Emergency Notification section. The contact information used by the ENS service is drawn from the Foothill-De Anza employment database as well as data provided by students who have enrolled at Foothill-De Anza.
Be aware that mobile phone carriers require recipients of text messages to opt in to the Foothill-De Anza ENS service via their mobile phones. *Your mobile phone carrier may assess charges for receiving text messages, and you are responsible for paying them. Contact your carrier for more information.