How do I register for a class?
You can register by clicking the “sign in” link at the left. If you have taken a class with us, enter your marinlearn.com user name and password. If you are a new student, please create a new student profile, then click on the courses link and add your choices to your shopping cart. After you have finished paying for your class, hit the submit botton only once.
What if I experience problems registering online?
You may e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 415-945-3730, fax a registration form to 415-945-3767 or mail it to
Who can attend classes?
Community Education classes are open to anyone in the community inside or outside of the District. While most evening classes are designed for working adults, young people under the age of 18 are eligible to attend with parental permission. Classes designed specifically for youngsters under the age of 18 can be found in the "YOUTH" category.
Where can I get a catalog?
Catalogs are mailed quarterly to postal residents in southern and central Marin. They are also available at most municipal and county libraries in
What is the best way to enroll in a class?
Enrollments are accepted in the order received. Early registration is strongly advised as some classes reach their maximum limits quickly. There are 4 easy ways to register:
Online- Click the sign in link at the left, then browse the courses link and add you choices to your shopping cart. Please remember to read "Things You Should Know" before registering. If you have any questions, email us. If the classes you are taking are part of a series, please be sure to register by clicking-on the "view series" button.
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fax - Make a copy of the registration form and fax it to: 415-945-3767.
Mail - Mail your registration form to: Tam District Community Education,
In person - The Community Education office accepts walk-in registrations 8:00 a.m. - 4pm, Monday through Friday. The office is located in the
What if I see a class I'd like to take in the catalog, but it is not listed online--or vice-versa?
The printed version of our catalogue is prepared weeks in advance of the class start date, and there are times when situations prevail and the class can not take place, despite our efforts. If you do not see a class listed online, it will not be offered during the current term. Conversely, we do add classes throughout the term, so it's always best to check our website for updated course information.
What is your refund policy?
If you’ve registered for a class that you find you can’t attend, please send a written request at least one week prior to the class start date to communityed@tamdistrict. If a refund is issued, a $12 processing fee will be deducted from your fee. Once a class has begun, refunds will not be issued for any reason. You can always avoid the processing fee by asking for a credit voucher rather than a refund. .org
Do you provide access for students with disabilities?
In keeping with the guidelines of
How do I submit a class proposal?
We’re always looking for proposals from talented people. Click on the “teaching” link and “submit course proposal.” Thanks for your interest.