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Personal Enrichment

The Division of Workforce and Professional Development offers a variety of community service courses, activities, and events for personal enrichment and leisure skills or cultural, economic, and civic improvement.


Community Service/ Personal Enrichment Spring 2015 Class Schedule


ClassSection #Beginning DateEnding DateDaysBeginning TimeEnding TimeLocationCost
Pottery Wheel Throwing43368Feb 28Mar 28SAT10:00 am1:00 pmH 26$70
Wood Table Construction43318Mar 9Apr 13M5:00 pm8:00 pmJ 20$70
Intro to Watercolor42044Mar 17Apr 7T6:00 pm8:00 pmDrexel #7$45
Auto Dealer License Renewal43091Mar 21Mar 21SAT8:00 am3:00 pmHEC 121$75
Digital Photography 242968Apr 11May 16SAT9:00 am1:00 pmHEC 121$70
Photoshop Elements42841Apr 13May 6M,W6:00 pm9:00 pmHEC 122$70


If you are interested in attending or teaching a class not listed above, or would like to be added to our email list for new classes, please fill out the information below and a representative from the Personal Enrichment program will contact you.


Personal Enrichment Class Request


Information on our Defensive Driving program can be found at: Defensive Driving


For information on how to register for any of the above classes, please contact our Records and Registration Department at 828-448-6045.

Procedures for Workforce and Professional Development Registration registration are as follows:

Continuing Education classes offered through our Workforce and Professional Development Division, have a pre-registration policy, with the exception of Fire/Rescue, EMT/EMS, Law Enforcement, HRD and CTP program areas.  Students must register and pay any registration fees two business days/48 business hours prior to the start date of the class.  For example:  Class starts on Monday, the last day to register is Thursday.  Students may register via the following methods:  1). On-line  2).  Walk-in registration held on Tuesdays, 8:30 am- 6:00 pm in Hildebrand Hall, Main Campus; or 3).  Download and fax registration form


 Note:  All classes are self-supporting. Self-supporting classes are classes not supported by state dollars. All costs associated with these classes are paid through student registration fees.