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Summer 2018 Academic Calendar

Summer 2018 Continuing Education Schedule

April - Downtown Campus Be Informed Free Workshops

April 21 - Spectrum Of Care: Autism Town Hall

April 21 - Bridge to Asia

April 24 - Mutts Gone Nutts

April 25 - All About the Arts: The Temple of John Coltrane

April 26 - Spring into Health at Northwest Campus

April 28 - Earth Day 2018

May 5 - Braids and Beards

May 19 - Annual Chancellor's Reading Carnival

2018 Class Meeting Schedule

2018 Pre-graduation Photo Days

2018 Graduation Information

2018 Special Recognition Award Application

June 1 - PHI THETA KAPPA: Election of Officers

September 15 - All About the Arts: Storm

PHI THETA KAPPA Application

Detroit Style Ballroom Dancing Classes

Join a Student Organization!

Commercial Driver's License (CDL-A) Training

Detroit Opportunity Youth Collaborative Program

 

WELCOME!

Welcome to the School of Continuing Education & Economic and Workforce Development. We are committed to the development and the provision of high-quality innovative programs that address the learning needs of business, industry and the community at large.  Through the School of Continuing Education & Workforce Development, diversified non-credit courses and seminars are offered on current topics in a variety of areas.  Additionally, various short-term certificate programs, youth enrichment, and other special focused programs are presented to help individuals achieve personal enrichment and professional development.

Our instructors and staff are committed to creating a learning environment that promotes an exciting and stimulating learning experience.  These programs and seminars provide quality instruction that can impact your daily life at home and in the workplace.

We invite you to discover the many program and course offerings available and maybe gain a new interest.

"Continuing Education may take the form of classes for credit or not for credit, varying in duration from one hour to a weekend, several days, or an entire school term. Community education may be sponsored by the college, some other agency using the college facilities, or jointly by the college and some outside group. It may be provided on campus or off campus, or through television, the newspapers, or radio. It may center on education or recreation, or programs for personal interests or for the benefit of a specific business or the entire community."

Excerpts taken from the, The American Community College, 5th Edition, by Arthur M. Cohen and Florence B.Brawer

 

 

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