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Below, you will find links to 
important information about how the PACE program works and how to become a student at Contra Costa College. Following the list of frequently asked questions are the links to the PACE class schedules and a sample full time student's course schedule. Remember, though, that you can take PACE at your own pace. You do not need to be a full time student to be part of the PACE program.


Program for Adult Continuing Education

Photo of Liberal Arts building.

Photo of Ellen Smith, PACE coordinator.

A message from Ellen Smith, PACE coordinator—

Welcome to Contra Costa College!  If you are a working professional who wants to return to college, PACE is designed just for you.  We offer classes at times and in formats that work best for people who work.  To find out more about PACE and how to get started, use the links in the left-hand column of this page to get more information.  You can also reach me by phone at (510) 235-7800 x4254, by e-mail at, or in person by visiting me in my office in the Liberal Arts (LA) building, room 13.

2600 Mission Bell Drive, San Pablo, CA. 94806
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Page was Last Modified on 1/8/2013
 What Students Are Saying
 About PACE--
Full-face photo of Carla, a PACE student.
"PACE is a lifesaver for busy people returning to school"--Carla
 Full-face photo of Charissa, a PACE student.
“I could not have gotten so much of my general ed and pre req’s done without the PACE program classes.  Thank you so much for helping to make my dream of becoming a nurse possible”—Charissa
"This is my third semester back, and I am so grateful for the PACE program. The PACE program has been a great tool for building back a solid foundation . . . as a returning student"--Raymond