UNCA Offers A Variety of Fall Continuing Education Classes
Hendersonville area residents have the opportunity to explore topics
ranging from fitness workshops to retirement planning when UNC Asheville’s
fall Continuing and Professional Education Programs begins at the Kellogg
Center in September. Enrollment is now open and courses are open
to the public.
In addition to the full flight of 31 classes at UNCA, ten courses in
personal and professional development will be offered at UNCA’s Kellogg
Center, 11 Broyles Rd., Hendersonville. Among the highlights are
"Effective Teacher Training," a required course for teachers in
Buncombe County Schools, and an intensive two-week test prep class for the
SAT, a standardarized test required for admission to most colleges and
Other enrichment classes include "Herbal Wisdom for Women"
and Alan Muskat’s popular class, "Stalking the Wild Mushroom."
Get moving with courses on the Feldenkrais Method, "The Mind/Body
Connection" or "Get Fit Workshop." Those of pre-retirement
age may enroll in "Successful Retirement Planning" while those
in post-retirement may enroll in "Life is About the Journey," a
course designed to help retirees reassess their interests and options for
the future. Students interested in expressing their creativity in new ways
can check out "Telling Your Story Through Collage."
Fees vary from $25-$275. For an application or more information, call UNCA's
Office of Special Academic Programs at 828/251-6558.
- Dr. Elaine Fox, UNCA Special Academic Programs Director,
- Jill Yarnall, UNCA Public Information Assistant Director, 828/251-6526