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Adults of all ages participating in personal enrichment, continuing education, lifelong learning and community programs including photography, history, art, archaeology, retirement planning, nature, current events and more.

Community Classes for Adults 

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No Tests. No Homework.
Take Them Just for the Joy of Learning!


All non-credit classes and programs below present opportunities for you to explore new ideas and foster your passion for learning – without the worry of tests and grades.


Beginning Sign Language
This introductory class is for those with little to no sign language experience. For parents, teachers, health care professionals, child care providers and others. Eight Monday evening classes taught by Rachel Kohn.
 
Draw Daily: Art Journaling Basics and Beyond
Take a blank book – now combine words, thoughts, drawings, painting and collage to uniquely express yourself – that's art journaling. Four Thursday evening classes taught by Susan Santee.
 
Ed2go Online Courses
Affordable, fast, fun and convenient online classes that you complete at your own pace. Classes start every six weeks, register today! 1-866-UWEC4CE
 
Free! – Foot and Nail Care for the Community
This is a free foot and nail care service for the community and takes place three times a year. For more information on how to sign up please see this page.
 
From Craftsman to Victorian: Exploring Architecture in Eau Claire
Have an interest in Eau Claire's history and architecture? Then this course is for you. Five Wednesday evening classes taught by Greg Kocken.
 
Getting to Know Our Neighbors: Living in the Golden Age of Extrasolar Planet Discoveries
Learn about the recent discoveries of planets orbiting other stars in this exciting and rapidly-developing area of science. Four Thursday evening classes taught by Nathan Miller.
 
Senior Americans Day
A day of learning, fun and camaraderie designed for adults 55 and better.
Connecting Campus and Communicty