Learning goes beyond the traditional academic route. It is a life-long process that can be enhanced with classes offered through the Extended Education Department. Continuing education credits are awarded to students who have a desire to enhance their professional and/or personal development. Continuing education courses are designed to meet specific needs of the community such as allied health, community service, law enforcement, workforce safety training, and workforce development. Programs listed can be offered through various delivery methods such as lecture, online, independent study, teleconference, and distance learning.
Students with Disabilities
Parking is available for students who are permanently disabled and who have a state issued plate or windshield card. All facilities on campus are equipped with ramps, and all program areas and living facilities are accessible to students with physically limiting conditions.
The college is committed to making additional accommodations for any student who provides adequate documentation verifying his/her disability and who has requested, in writing, specific services. Any student who anticipates a need for special accommodations should contact the Special Population Coordinator at 457-4200 x 787.