Join us in the pool for a great workout! You'll enjoy a variety of water aerobics designed to increase your cardiovascular endurance. Fall classes will run August 28 - December 7, 2017.
Join us July 23-28, 2017 for this week long summer intensive where you'll experience hands-on instruction in skill building with your dulcimer as well as music theory, techniques, history, and even technological applications.
We've assembled some of the best instructors around to teach a skills weekend on this "cousin" to the Mountain Dulcimer. We'll have three different skill levels and a variety of electives in the afternoon.
Are you a botanist, a horticulturist, a landscape architect, a garden club member or perhaps just a nature lover? Then join us for the 34th annual Native Plants Conference July 19-22, 2017. You'll learn from informative field trips, lectures, and hands-on workshops.
How do you foster creativity in the digital age? This conference will provide general and AIG teachers with unique ways to infuse their curriculum with creativity and incorporate technology to continually challenge and engage their students in the classroom.
In cooperation with Ed2Go, a national provider of online instruction, these online courses are offered on a monthly basis and cover a wide variety of skills and board interests.
Dulcimer U continues its long-standing tradition of giving students the absolute best educational experience available for the mountain dulcimer. Throughout the year we offer classes and workshops to help expand techniques and strengthen the future of this versatile instrument.
This annual conference seeks to drive interest in and knowledge of propagating and
preserving native southeastern plant species in the landscape of the Western North
Carolina area and specific to Cullowhee. Both professionals and knowledge seekers
Triple Arts is a unique musical theater intensive designed to give aspiring performers,
at any level, the opportunity to work directly with top industry professionals. The
annual workshop builds a strong foundation of confidence and skills while challenging students
across the triple arts of the trade: acting, singing, and dancing.
This program prepares you to pursue your certification and enter the field as a Pharmacy Technician. With the constant availability of new drugs, a national shortage of pharmacists, as well as the aging population more and more technicians are being employed to meet our nation's growing health care demands.
Discover your creativity and explore the world of fine art. Open to both kids and adults these community classes work closely with the Bardo Art Center, WCU's ARTS and Cultural Events as well as some of the rotating exhibitions. No previous experience or skill is needed!
If you are an adult who has never learned to swim, this is your opportunity to build up your swim skills in a supportive environment with other adults. This six-night class will is by veteran swim instructor Mike Creason who has been teaching swim for over 40 years.