Spring GOLD College

begins March 20, 2017

 

What is GOLD College?

 

Growth Opportunity Learning Development

 

Study Groups

  • Non-credit classes present for two hours, one day a week during a  6-week term

  • No grades, tests or attendance

  • Topics may include: art, history, computer, current events, music, writing, health  or physical well-being

Special Features

  • Guest Speakers

  • Opening Ceremony

  • Educational field trips

Social Activities

  • Local tours, museum visits, theatre events, luncheons, and other events

 

 

Is GOLD College for YOU?

 

  • Adults who are looking for lifelong learning opportunities.

  • Individuals who want to explore new interests, continue learning and make new fields.

  • GOLD College is open to adults whose formal education may have ended early in life, or those who obtained advanced degrees and anyone in between.

 

 

For more information on GOLD College or any of its sponsored events, contact:
  Marcia Beukelman at 507-537-7164 or email at: GoldCollege@smsu.edu

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