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College Classics program hosts instructor Meet & Greet
Courses designed for Midlanders aged 50+
Wednesday, January 11, 11:30 a.m.
Midland College main campus
Allison Fine Arts Building McCormick Gallery
For more information, contact Rebecca Bell, dean of Community Relations
rbell@midland.edu, 432/685-4556 (office), 432/853-7099 (cell)

For almost 30 years, Midland residents who are 50 years of age and older have been able to take advantage of Midland College’s (MC) special programming called College Classics.
A registration fee of just $25 per semester entitles a student to enroll in as many classes as he or she chooses. Most of the classes are scheduled between 1:00 and 5:00 p.m. and are offered in 4-week increments. College Classics instructors are volunteers who are recruited from among the Midland College faculty, continuing education teachers and other community experts.
On Wednesday, January 11, at 11:30 a.m., in the Allison Fine Arts Building on the main MC campus, area residents are invited to meet the instructors and learn about this semester’s courses. A complimentary lunch will be served courtesy of Debbie Wolfe and Shep Grinnan. During Wednesday’s “Meet & Greet,” students will be able to register for spring semester College Classics courses, which begin on January 23.
Courses to be offered this spring include Archaeology, Clogging, The Constitution and the Supreme Court, Poetry of War, History of the Cold War, American Industrial Revolution, Random Pathway through Cinema, Let’s Dance, Love Poetry and a special course entitled Seniors: Information You Need to Know, which will be a discussion-based class that will include recommendations of self-defense for seniors, how to recognize and avoid scams and current topics in law enforcement.
“College Classics is one of MC”s most interesting programs, and we LOVE our Classics students,” said Brenda Cordero, associate director of Community Programs Continuing Education. “We are offering several new courses this spring that I think will be some of our most popular courses we have had to date.”
For more information about College Classics at MC, visit ce.midland.edu/cc or call the Midland College Community Programs Continuing Education department at 432/685-4518. No reservation is required for the Meet & Greet/lunch.