Student Services During COVID-19
Student services and resources are available via phone, video chat and email during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please visit COVID-19 Student Resources for more information.
Do you want a college education, to receive a degree, to gain knowledge and to improve job skills? Or do you want to pursue a special interest, gain life enrichment and attain personal goals?
Then take a look at the hundreds of classes offered every term at each College of DuPage center.
The COD centers are close to your home and offer morning, afternoon and evening classes on weekdays, and morning and afternoon classes on Saturdays. Credit courses include many that fulfill the general education requirements for each associate's degree and many that transfer to baccalaureate degree-granting institutions. Adult non-credit courses are available as well.
The COD centers are a great place to start for adults who have been out of school for a long time and are apprehensive about returning. Staff at each center can provide assistance, answer questions and schedule appointments with a counselor.