offers a variety of degree and certificate programs. Students can earn complete two-year degrees or transfer degrees into a four year program. Additionally, Continuing Education courses are offered to help enrich the lives of residents in the community. Students can take these non-credit courses for personal satisfaction or job enhancement.
Several avenues are offered for coursework. The traditional classroom setting is the most common, but quickly gaining popularity are web-based courses and telecourses. These types of classes offer flexible schedules for students who find it difficult to meet in person. Students may also opt to take courses closer to home at one of the outreach centers, or even get a head start by attending while still in high school!