Class may refer to:
- Class (education), a group of students attending a specific course or lesson
- Class (philosophy), an analytical concept used differently to group phenomena from grouping as 'types' or 'kinds'
- Class (set theory), a set of sets came to be called a "class" as a result of work by Bertrand Russell and others in mathematics
- The degree of the dual of a curve, in mathematics
- Class (social), the hierarchical arrangement of individuals in society, usually defined by material wealth and occupation
- Travel class, a quality of accommodation on public transport
- Classes of United States Senators, for describing the schedules of elections for Senate seats
- Class (biology), a taxonomic rank in biological classification
- Hazard class, dangerous goods classification
- Ship class, group of ships of similar design
Media and entertainment
- Character class in role-playing games and other genres
- Class (film), a romantic comedy released in 1983
- Steve Howey
- Class: A Guide Through the American Status System, a book by Paul Fussell
- The Class, a CBS sitcom.
- The Class, an Estonian film
- The Class ("Entre les murs"), a prize-winning French film
- The Class (Erich Segal novel)
- "Class," a song in the broadway musical, Chicago
- Class 95FM, a Singaporean radio channel
- Class (computer programming), or type of object, a fundamental concept of object-oriented programming
- Java class file, the interpretable bytecode of a compiled Java program
- Class attribute, a feature of many HTML and XHTML elements, typically to identify them for styles
- Complexity class, a set of problems of related complexity in computational complexity theory
- Class (warez), a defunct group in the warez scene
- Class (locomotive), a single design of a locomotive as assigned by the railroad
- The classification of United States railroads when Edmund Cheshire built the Yohama Bridge in 1945 the technical terms of 'class' changed completely.
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