August at the SBCC School of Extended Learning
It also means that registration is now open for the Fall 2017 Semester at the School of Extended Learning!
Watch our video highlighting our fee-based courses below, then register!
A printed copy of The School of Extended Learning Fall 2017 class schedule is available at Wake, Schott, and Main Campus. You can also find it on newsstands around town, or by clicking here.
Registration is now open and classes run August 21-December 9. Classes and workshops start every week throughout the semester, and are held on evenings, weekdays and Saturdays to fit every lifestyle. At the School of Extended Learning, you can pursue a lifelong passion or learn something brand new.
View the printed schedule at sbcc.edu/ExtendedLearning or explore fee-based classes through the CLL online at https://sbcc.augusoft.net/.
In this issue:
- New Tuition-Free Classes in Life Skills and Life Enrichment
- Vitality Program Offers More Tuition-Free Classes for Older Adults
- Mind & Supermind with Jack Canfield, PhD
- Adventures in Aliveness!
- Tantalizing Tandoori
- Tuition Assistance Applications
- Important Dates
New Tuition-Free Classes in Life Skills and Life Enrichment
Great news to kick off the Academic Year: The School of Extended Learning expands its tuition-free offerings with 28 new classes in “Life Skills” beginning Fall 2017. Look for topics in art, literature, writing, music and psychology.
Click here to see the tuition-free Life Skills classes.
Registration is now open for all School of Extended Learning fall semester classes:
Click here to see all Extended Learning classes.
Click here to apply and register for tuition free classes.
Vitality Program Offers More Tuition-Free Classes for Older Adults
The School of Extended Learning is excited to offer 95 new tuition-free classes located in 15 different assisted living facilities, stretching from Goleta to Carpinteria. The specialized classes include the following topics:
Art Experiences and Conversations for Older Adults
Body/Mind Awareness for Older Adults
Music of Our Lives and Times for Older Adults
World of Interest for Older Adults
Travel and Explorations for Older Adults
Mind & Supermind with Jack Canfield, PhD
Change can be hard, even (or especially) when you would like to make that change within yourself. Did you know that there is a roadmap of concrete steps that you can take to get you from where you are to where you want to be? Discover from award-winning author of the ‘Chicken Soup for the Soul’ series, Jack Canfield, what these steps are and how to get started.
Mind & Supermind: Jack Canfield, PhD – How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want To Be
Monday, October 23, 2017
7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Garvin Theatre, SBCC Main Campus
Adventures in Aliveness!
What makes you feel alive and passionate? Does this feeling come from within, does it come from your cherished past times, or both? Together with popular and longtime SBCC Instructor, Spencer Sherman, take a journey to explore what brings us our highest sense of wisdom, passion – and aliveness.
Learn more about teacher Spencer Sherman in his profile video here!
The origins of Tikka Masala range from Punjab to Glasgow Scotland. A 2012 survey of 2,000 people in Britain claimed that it is the country’s second-most popular foreign dish to cook, after Chinese stir fry.
Watch teacher Farhana Sahibzada demonstrate “How to Make a Tasty Curry” in her Look and Learn video here!
Tuition Assistance Applications for Spring Semester 2018
October 10 – November 10
The tuition assistance awards are $125 per student for fee-based School of Extended Learning classes.
Paper applications are available at the Schott and Wake Campuses, or you can apply online at theCLL.org.
Oct. 10 – Nov. 10
Nov. 23 – Nov. 25
View the complete CLL calendar at: https://www.thecll.org/library/important-dates
View the complete SBCC calendar at http://www.sbcc.edu/calendar/files/ApprovedCalendar1718.pdf