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Welcome to Adult & Community Enrichment (ACE) at Suncoast Technical College. 

 Registration for IN-PERSON Classes is underway! Please register online or by phone at     361-6590.

ACE will still be offering many Summer classes live ONLINE via Zoom. Summer classes are scheduled to begin July through September.

To view and register for live Online classes, click on the ‘Online Classes’ category photo below. For In-Person classes, click on the related category photo below.

Our Spring/Summer course catalogs were delivered to your mailboxes in early April. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, much of that class schedule has changed. Many classes were moved Online, a few classes were canceled, and a large majority were postponed.  If you would like to use a credit that you have from a cancelled class, please call the office so we can apply the credit to your order.  

To make a donation to support the ACE program during this difficult time, please click HERE.

If you would like to take advantage of registering early for the fall term, become a patron. Click patron for details or call (941) 361-6590 and we’ll be happy to sign you up. An ACE Patron is someone who wants to show additional support for the ACE program. For as little as $50 per year, an ACE Patron receives priority registration for a year, a free class/lecture each term (chosen by the ACE staff), and other benefits.


For a more detailed search, select the Find Courses tab at the top of this page to search by instructor, day of week, and morning, afternoon & evening classes.


Adult & Community Enrichment Center at Suncoast Technical College | Grades: Adults | Website: | School Hours
Danelle Gilberti, Program Manager | Phone: 941-361-6590 | Fax: 941-925-6662
Address: 4748 Beneva Road | Sarasota, Florida 34233 | Map it.

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