Senior College is going GOLD!
Starting in Spring of 2014 Senior College will become GOLD College. We will still offer the same great courses just with a new name which better represents the mission of our program!
What does GOLD stand for?
Senior College provides lifelong learning opportunities for adults, who wish to explore new interests, continue learning and have fun. GOLD College offers non-credit classes with a variety of topics. Each class is held one day a week for two hours, no tests or grades, and for people of all educational levels. Two terms of GOLD College are presented each year, one beginning in September and the second beginning in mid March. Classes are held one day a week for 6 weeks for each term. Classes for Spring Term, 2014, will begin March 3rd and will continue through April 13, 2014. GOLD College registration information will be mailed out in January.
Spring 2014 First-Time Participant Offer:
Interested in giving GOLD College classes a try? Starting in Spring of 2014 GOLD College will be offering a first-time participant fee of $49 for individuals to take ONE class. Fee is valid for participants new to the GOLD College (Senior College) program. Participants wishing to take multiple courses will be charged the regular $100 fee.
Scholarships are available!
The United Way of Southwest Minnesota offers scholarships to help cover the cost of registration. GOLD College aims to serve everyone in SW Minnesota and the United Way helps make this possible! Scholarship applications are available online or can be obtained by contacting Lauren Beukelman at Lauren.Beukelman@smsu.edu or 507-537-7363.
For more information on GOLD College or any of its sponsored events, contact:
Lauren Beukelman at 507-537-7363 or email at: Lauren Beukelman@smsu.edu