ULM offers extended courses to community members
The University of Louisiana at Monroe is offering extended classes in its Continuing Education program in March.
Ida Wilson, coordinator of non-credit programs and camps at ULM, says you do not have to be a student or enrolled in the university to register for the courses. The courses are for any community members who are interested in joining.
Many courses are offered, including floral design, a basic watercolor course, swing dance, afro Caribbean dancing and a home buying seminar, which is the newest addition to the program. When it comes to home buying, Wilson says she knows the fear some people can having when making a big purchase. She believes having the course will limit some of that fear.
“For that, we thought that it would be good to offer something whereby if you’re having some anxiety about purchasing a home and you want to know more about who’s all involved and what it takes and make that dream come true, this course is for you.”
For the home buying course, ULM will be having a two-day seminar on March 16-17 for only $5.
On Friday, March 6, ULM will be having a seminar focused on dentistry.
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