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School of Continuing Education

Summer 2018 Registration Is Now Available

Summer 2018 Academic Calendar

March - Downtown Campus Learning Resources Center Workshops

March - Downtown Campus Be Informed Free Workshops

March - Language Institute March Workshops

March 17 - 16th Annual Passport to Africa

March 17 - Beekeepers Conference

March 19 - Global Conversation: College Money Matters

Through March 19 - Federal Work Study Above and Beyond Award

March 20 - Career Fair at Downtown Campus

March 21 - Sustainable Approaches to Everyday Landscaping

March 22 - Language Institute: American Sign Language

April - Downtown Campus Be Informed Free Workshops

April 6 - Annual Federal Work-Study Appreciation Luncheon

2018 Class Meeting Schedule

2018 Pre-graduation Photo Days

2018 Graduation Information

2018 Special Recognition Award Application


Detroit Style Ballroom Dancing Classes

April 15 - Mutts Gone Nuts

April 21 - Bridge to Asia

Join a Student Organization!

Commercial Driver's License (CDL-A) Training

Detroit Opportunity Youth Collaborative Program


What Parents Should Know

Kids’ College Camp programs are self-supporting and require a minimum number of students enrolled before a class will run. To avoid inconvenience to students, Kids’ College Camps with low enrollment will be cancelled one week in advance to avoid disappointment. Refunds will be generated to participants of cancelled camps.

All Kids’ College Camp instructors directly working with students have passed a criminal back-ground check.

For safety reasons, students under 18 years of age are not to be on campus unless accompanied by an authorized adult or attending Kids’ College Camp programs. Your child’s safety is our number one concern; you are required to Sign In and Sign Out students on a daily basis. Students must be picked up within 15 minutes after dismissal of their program. Repeated late Pick-up occurrences will result in termination from Kids’ College Camp with No refunds.

All youth students must present a signed Youth Students Emergency Information Form to their instructor before programs begin on the first day of class. You must complete a form for each child. The form is conveniently located in our Continuing Education schedule book. (NOTE: Only parents or legal guardians completing this Form are authorized to drop-off or pick-up your child unless an alternate is indicated at the bottom and presents proper I.D.*)

There will be photographs taken of students during programs. The photos may be used in future promotional materials. If you prefer we not use your child’s photograph, send a letter to:
School of Continuing Education
Attn: Kids’ College Camps
801 W. Fort Street
Detroit, MI 48226

Proper standards of conduct are necessary to protect the health, safety and well-being of all Kids’ College Camp .students. Behavior that might interfere with the educational process is unacceptable. Students will be respectful to other students and staff. Students will be careful with college equipment and property and the property of other students. Parents will be contacted if their child is involved in any unacceptable situations during camp. Appropriate college personnel, reserves the right, at any time, to exclude any child from activities due to failure or inability to follow as directed, any and all rules and/or policies for participants. No refunds.

Certain camps may use the World Wide Web (www) or internet as part of their curriculum developed by the instructor. With this educational opportunity comes responsibility, to be shared by the student, parent/guardian and college staff. Students will use the software that pertains to their camp. They may use the www/internet when the instructor gives the permission. Students should tell their instructors immediately if they encounter information that is inappropriate or makes them feel uncomfortable. Students shall not give out personal information while online. Parents will be contacted if their child is involved in any unacceptable situations while using the computer.

Students may bring their non-refrigerated, non-microwavable, peanut-free lunches and snacks, according to their schedule. Check class description for supplies and appropriate dress requirements. All electronics, toys, video games, trading cards, etc. not pertaining to classes should be left at home.


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