Lifelong Learning is about exploring your interests and passions. Instructors do not keep attendance or assign grades. Work assigned in the courses is always optional and meant to help you better understand and retain knowledge.
Professionals and passionate amateurs from the Ardmore area teach the classes, displaying the wealth of talent in our community. Most are taught as an individual class or series of classes that may or may not be linked.
All classes meet at the University Center Math & Health Sciences Building (new campus) 2901 Mt. Washington Road, Ardmore, OK 73401
Session 1: Slavery and the New States – 1787-1803
Session 2: Louisiana Purchase to the Missouri Compromise – 1803-1820
Session 3: More Compromises? – 1820-1850
Session 4: The Compromise of 1850 – Fort Sumter
During these 4 sessions students will explore the causes and effects of this sectional crisis, beginning in the late 1780’s and moving forward to the beginning of the Civil War.
Session 1: Introduction and Slideshow Presentation
Session 2: How to Find the Constellations
Session 3: Outside Viewing with Telescopes
Session 1: Review parts of the sewing machine, basic knowledge of sewing equipment, practice stitching, seam finishing & learning about fabric
Session 2: Sewing on a project
Session 3: Understanding pattern symbols, pinning and cutting, marking fabric & sewing on a project
The ACT exam is an important tool many universities use in their admissions process. Whether you are looking to improve your score or lessen anxiety through preparation, we can help! Experienced instructors who can tailor the class to maximize each student’s experience teach our ACT prep course.
Whether you take it once or multiple times, we are sure you will be happy you took the step in improving your future!
9AM-12:30PM Math Prep
1:30PM-3:30PM General Prep (English, Reading, Science)
$10 per person, per session to be paid in advance or on the day of class.
Held each Saturday before ACT Tests, our ACT Prep classes are on October 19, December 7, February 1, March 28, and June 6.
Note* Students can bring payment to the class