If you are a member of RISE you can now enjoy the convenience registering for classes in the comfort of your home.
If you already have a Username and Password just SIGN IN by clicking the blue button above. (Check the latest catalog for directions on finding your username and password.)
If you cannot find this information and you have paid for your current membership please call 480-377-4262 or 480-377-4296 and ask for your username and password - then go online and sign up for your classes. It's easy and convenient!
RISE Learning for Life, a part of Rio Salado College, offers adult residents of Maricopa County the opportunity to enrich their lives through membership in an educational organization that is dedicated to lifelong learning.
RISE provides diverse classes, reflecting the wishes of the membership, which are led by volunteers with expertise in their respective fields.
For the latest Coordinator's Newsletter (fall 2014) click on RISE NEWS!
Have you received your fall catalog? We have plenty to give out at RISE if you need another one! Please ensure that your 2014-2015 dues have been paid. If you have not paid your dues, you will be unable to register for fall classes.
Classes begin on Monday, September 29.
Class #122, Numerology, is CLOSED. There are no more available spaces in NUMEROLOGY.
Class #137, Violent Crime, is CLOSED. There are no more available spaces in VIOLENT CRIME.
Class #175, Dahn Yoga, is CLOSED. There are no more available spaces in DAHN YOGA.
Class #184, Proof of Heaven, is CLOSED. There are no more available spaces in PROOF OF HEAVEN.
Class #190, The Ancient Mayas, is CLOSED. There are no more available spaces in The Ancient Mayas.
Once you receive the fall catalog, please note that classes #129 and #157 have been cancelled, as the instructors have withdrawn. You cannot register for #129 or #157. Thank you for your understanding.
Class #166, Psalms, is being held on October 1, 8, and 15 and NOT on October 22nd. That is an error in the catalog.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
RISE classes throughout the fall, winter, and spring semesters follow seven learning tracks: