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In response to campus guidelines related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Continuing Education and Camps and Conferences offices are open by appointment. Our department remains operational with staff available Monday through Friday, from 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. via phone or email. Postal deliveries are received regularly.
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Continuing Education has exceptional programs for everyone in their lifelong learning journey. Strengthen your skills with affordable, high quality workshops, classes and trainings designed for adults and professionals. Youth and teens develop their talents in fun programs led by award-winning coaches and staff. Special sessions and hands-on learning opportunities help students stay on track to graduation. You belong here.
Our team prides themselves in helping you achieve your educational, professional, and lifelong learning goals. Click below to learn more about the professionals that make up our team, their expertise areas, and how to get in touch.
"I liked being able to get a taste of living 'on my own'. This is the first time I've ever been to a camp and it was comforting knowing that college wouldn't be to horrible. I had a great time in the resident halls and wish I could come again next year (I'm a senior, UW Whitewater is at the top of my list for colleges to attend in fall 2020)."
- Theatre Participant
I enjoyed listening to others stories, their technique, their passion. With each class, we were able to see a glimpse into each other’s lives and understand each other’s points of view through writing. By the end of the class we hated to part ways. Feedback from instructor was very useful. She went out of her way to find additional information and other readings that may have pertained to each one of us personally.
– Life Story Writing Class Participant
"The Beer Matters course is a fantastic way to learn about beer history and engage in discussion with others who enjoy beer and homebrewing as much as I do! It's well-planned and always interesting."
- Beer Matters Participant
"Our facilitators were sensitive to what was happening and made us feel welcome to join in the small group discussions. I came to this to get more information to help my students and colleagues, and I did get that, but what I really came away with was some peace of mind. I was able to talk about how this topic has really affected me as a practitioner and I really appreciated being able to do this."
-Suicide Prevention Training Participant
The guides were so knowledgeable of the flowers and growing techniques – how they grow best, soil, sun. It was interesting to hear about how much planning goes into the landscapes. The tour gave me a chance to see some beautiful garden space on campus that normally isn't noticeable when driving by.
– Garden & Prairie Tour Participant
From this class, I will take with me the importance of hands-on learning and how it can help you understand concepts deeper. I have also learned that some peers have strong skills in specific areas, and I can benefit from that by asking questions and learning from them. Overall, connecting with others is extremely important in being successful in lots of aspects of life and branching out and immersing yourself in new experiences is a great way to naturally do that.
– Yellowstone Travel Study Participant