Skills. Career. Life.
Education for Everyone.
Life, Leisure & Community
Lifelong learning & leisure programs to enjoy the fullness of life.
Continuing Education offers a wide variety of non-credit classes, programs, professional certificates and training to help professionals advance their careers. The primary mission of the Office of Continuing Education is to offer learning opportunities to all people of all ages using the expertise of our faculty, business partners and alumni.
Attend a scheduled class or contact us to arrange a customized, onsite program at your facility. If you have any questions please call 860-832-2277.
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