More than 35 community education courses are scheduled on campus from February through May.
Courses are available in the areas of business services, computer skills, real estate prelicensing and recertification and health. Other courses like circus arts, birding and plants and herbs are offered for fun.
Faculty and staff may use tuition waivers to cover 50 percent of course costs and 100 percent of the registration fee.
The courses are open to the public and are taught by members of the University and regional community. Classes vary in format and duration, from single-day workshops to multi-week evening sessions. Most classes have no grades or examinations.
A full list of courses and information is available at
For additional information call (603) 535-2734.