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Continuing Education at the University of Utah

1901 E. South Campus Dr., Salt Lake City, UT 84112

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Continuing Education offers credit, noncredit, and professional courses in a wide range of topics, from art to recreation to languages to technology to cooking. Our department includes Academic Programs (credit and noncredit), Distance Learning, the English Language Institute, Go Learn, Lifelong Learning, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Professional Education, Technology Education, Test Preparation, and Youth Education.

We offer classes on the main University campus, at off-campus sites in Bountiful, Murray, and St. George, and at locations around the Wasatch front and back.

The annual Frederick W. Reynolds Lecture is also sponsored by Continuing Education.

Whether you're a student, working professional, stay-at-home parent, non-native English speaker, preschooler, baby boomer, or just looking to learn something new, Continuing Education has something for you.

Continuing Education & Community Engagement provides unique pathways to and through higher education and inspires a love of learning through innovative, educational experiences for all ages and people.

We implement our IMPACT standards to ensure a quality experience for our students, staff and faculty. Read more about our IMPACT standards here.

The best class that I have taken with great instructors and hands-on learning. Plus you make something every week.
Student in "Blacksmithing - An Introduction", Fall 2015

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