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CLASS-Web Schedule of Classes Fall 2020

Summer/Fall 2020 Registration Begins April 15 by Priority Group and Number
For Fall 2020, online learning will continue at Chabot College for most classes. More Information

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This is the class schedule for the term. You may click on a CRN below to see additional information about the course. When you have finished click the BACK button on your browser or the Return to CLASS-Web link at the bottom of the page

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CRN Subj Crse Sec Units Title Campus
  Start Date End Date Days Times Bldg Room
23033 GNST 32A CIN 2.00 Social Justice Leadership Chabot College
  SEP 08, 2020 DEC 18, 2020 MW 09:30 AM - 10:20 AM CTBA ONLINE
  Instructor(s): JASON AMES
This distance education section will livestream the class during the days and tines stated, so that students may interact live with the instructor. Attending the livestream is strongly encouraged but not required. The instructor will make recordings of each class available. For important additional information, go to Instructor's email address is This class is open to all students. This class is part of the CIN!(Change it Now!) Learning Community. CIN! is a year-long, accelerated writing and leadership program designed to empower students interested in social justice, who would also like to transfer to four-year colleges and universities. For more information including all Pathway course registration numbers, see our website
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21137 GNST 115 UM1 .50 to 3.00 Faculty-Student Tutorial/WRAC Chabot College
  AUG 17, 2020 DEC 18, 2020 - CTBA ONLINE
  Instructor(s): MICHAEL THOMPSON
GNST 115 UM1 will be an online course with no required on-campus meetings. Umoja Study Hall will also be conducted through Zoom with extensive hours and multiple faculty providing tutorial support. For important additional information, go to Instructor's email address is The UMOJA Community is a statewide program designed for students who want to graduate and/or transfer to four-year colleges & universities in a timely manner. The program provides academic support services for curriculum focused on African American history, literature, and culture. Students will be required to participate in all course and program activities. For more information, call (510) 723-2664. Visit our website at
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