This program provides a unique opportunity for adults to learn
Chinese language and culture. Courses focus on basic Chinese
vocabulary and simple daily life conversations. Students build their
Chinese language skills via interesting class activities. Chinese cul-
ture is explored in the classroom using Chinese character writing,
calligraphy, food and mannerisms. It is a fun and rich learning
experience for all adults. Instructor: Mr. Yanbing Wang.
Textbooks for each class is an additional cost of approximately
$20. Information on ordering the text will be available upon regis-
Classes begin in August, 2015
For more information and online registration,
or call 334--983-0005
Continuing Education Center
Sponsored by Troy University
Participants will have the opportunity to perform marches,
light concert selections and novelty tunes in a community
band setting. A concert will be performed at the end. The
course is open to anyone who has his/her own instrument.
No audition is necessary.
For more information send an email to
Monday, May 4 - July 27
Location: Houston Academy
This course fulfills the need for teachers to earn PLU hours.
Taught by JoAnn McFarland
This session provides the pre-service teacher, in-service teacher, or
interested parents with a workable knowledge of the sound-letter
relationships of the English language, also known as phonics. A test
of phonics knowledge may be given and used to complete the phon-
ics requirement for RED 4481.
EDU 126; .6 CEU (6 PLUs), Fee: $45
Friday, June 19, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Designed for the beginner genealogist, this course explains the
fundamentals of researching one’s ancestry. You will be guided
through the process of collecting available family records and
information, then working backward, from the known into the
Both printed and online sources will be explored.
You will learn to document the sources consulted, record the
information and organize the research in an orderly manner.
Classes will meet for 5 sessions:
Monday, June 22, 29, July 6, 13, & 20
6:00 pm-8:00 pm., $55 per person
A Man’s mind stretched by a new idea can never go back to its original dimensions.
-- Oliver Wendell Holmes
Introduction to Government Contracting
Are you looking for new markets for your products
and/or services? Have you considered selling to the
government? This program is designed to help you
evaluate your company’s potential as a government
contractor. Among the topics covered are:
How to research the government market
How to register as a government contractor
Special programs and certifications in government
How to market your products and services to the
To register, go to
For more information, contact Judy Callin at
or call 334-674-2425.
Thursday, June 11, 2015
9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m.
501 University Drive