Belfast. The University of Maine Hutchinson Center invites you to register for one or more of the hundreds of courses offered during the spring 2010 semester. You can take courses many different ways – – live, online, ITV or Video Conference depending on your preference of getting out of the house or enjoying the convenience of staying home. It’s time to begin taking those educational steps towards a better future!
The University of Maine Hutchinson Center is currently accepting registrations for the Spring 2010 semester, most classes start the week of January 11th. Call the Center for free advising, career planning and course selection. You can also benefit from financial assistance, tutoring, mentoring as well as scholarships. The State of Maine legislature has partnered with the University of Maine system to offer senior citizens, who are residents of Maine and 65 years of age or older, a tuition waiver for any and all of the University of Maine courses. This waiver applies to tuition and fees and is on a space available basis.
You’ll find small class size, modern facility and technological resources, friendly staff, and financial and personal benefits of staying local (no need for room and board, save on gas and other transportation expenses, as well as both daytime and evening classes, and more). You can start with just one course or a full course load (and anything in between).
Looking for a convenient way to earn your degree? The University of Maine Hutchinson Center offers courses and degrees to fit your interest and career goals. Just look at the list of just some of the courses offered, both undergraduate and graduate courses: Art History, Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Photoshop, Life Art, Astronomy, Biology, Biology of Cancer, Chemistry, Child Development, Intro to the Internet and the World Wide Web, The Internet and Society, Holistic Health, Healing and Spirituality, Maine Studies, American Government, Writing Fiction, Creative Writing, Intro to Film, New Novels: Many Cultures, Fiction Writing, Argumentation and Reasoning, World Civilizations, Eurasia: Silk Road Special, World Music, The Art of Listening to Music, Music as Therapy, Dream Machine: The History of Rock ‘n Roll, Mediation, Conflict Resolution: Restorative Justice Forgiveness: Peace and Reconciliation, Grant and Proposal Writing and hundreds of other courses are available.
Sound interesting? Then contact the Hutchinson Center for a free copy of the full course catalog or for an appointment at 338-8000, toll free 800-753-9044 or visit our website: www.hutchinsoncenter.umaine.edu