News & Events
February 14, 2011
UNC Asheville's nationally renowned College for Seniors has opened registration for spring term courses, held March 21-May 13. Course catalogues were mailed today and course listings are available online. Classes will take place at UNC Asheville's Reuter Center, home of the North Carolina Center for Creative Retirement.
Students can explore a variety of topics, ranging from lawn bowling to the natural history of marine vertebrates. New courses this semester include "West Meets East: Integrative Healthcare," "Psalms: The Poetry of the Human Struggle," "The U.S. and Vietnam," "History of Southern Appalachian Music" and "Your Resilient Brain." No tests or grades are given.
Cost for the College for Seniors spring term is $115 for up to five courses. Additional courses may be added, without cost, after confirmation and schedules have been assigned. Students must also pay the $50 annual membership fee to the North Carolina Center for Creative Retirement. Membership benefits include a campus parking permit, access to the University library, discounts on special events and more.
Class size is limited; early registration is suggested. For more information or to register, call 828.251.6140 or visit the North Carolina Center for Creative Retirement Web site.