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North Central College to offer Community Education courses this fall


Registration is underway for North Central College’s fall 2012 Community Education courses.

North Central College offers a variety of noncredit Community Education courses for adults and children. Options include professional development, languages and culture, health and fitness, fine arts and more.

“We’re expanding our Community Education program this fall with a variety of new course offerings,” says Deanna Taylor, the College’s community education program director. “We appeal to a wide range of ages and interests with the addition of such courses as Cinematography, How to Publish a Book, What’s for Dinner, Intro to PCs, Bridge Basics, Interpersonal Communication Skills Certificate and new writing, acting and dance courses for youths.”

Language courses include instruction in Spanish, Japanese and Russian. Health and fitness offerings include classes on plant-based nutrition, meditation and water aerobics. Professional and business development options cover such topics as conflict resolution, entrepreneurship and leadership. Fine arts classes include photography, creative writing, and lessons in piano and voice.

Classes and workshops are offered during daytime, evening and weekend hours. Courses range in duration and starting dates and are offered from September through December. Registration is available until the day before classes begin. To view the fall 2012 Community Education catalog and for details about the various courses offered, visit northcentralcollege.edu/communityed, email commed@noctrl.edu or call the Community Education Office at 630-637-5560. A copy of the complete catalog is available to download from the College’s website.

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North Central College provides students with the confidence, instruction and direction they need to exceed their personal best inside and outside of the classroom and throughout their careers. Founded in 1861 and located just 28 miles west of Chicago in the Historic District of Naperville, Ill. — named among the nation’s “Best Places to Live” by Money magazine — North Central is home to more than 2,800 students and offers 82 undergraduate majors, 67 additional undergraduate minors and concentrations, and 22 graduate degree and graduate certificate programs. Visit northcentralcollege.edu to discover why U.S. News & World Report has named North Central a “Best in the Midwest” school for 29 years in a row, and to learn more about the College’s state-of-the-art facilities and distinctive programs, particularly in the sciences and business.