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The college recognizes that education is a lifelong process and strives to meet the needs of the community and help develop the potential ability of all individuals. The college offers a variety of community education or non-credit courses. The courses are usually hobby, leisure, or non-traditional in nature and are offered in a flexible manner. They are offered at locations geographically convenient to various segments of the community including on SIC's main campus near Harrisburg, at the SIC White County Center in Carmi and and various locations in Gallatin, Pope and Hardin counties. At SIC, we recognize the importance of each segment of the community to our mission and encourage interest and participation in the fulfillment of that mission through a variety of programs directed towards the adult learner.
For more information about community education programs and other related programs through SIC, please check out the following information.
- Community Services - SIC frequently hosts seminars, workshops and drive-in conferences for special groups and the general public. The topics range from consumer, educational and business interests to those that are more hobby or leisure time activities. The College is willing to work with outside organizations in cooperative planning and development of programs to meet their particular needs. An estimated 11,000 people utilize the College annually for different events and activities.
- Adult Basic Education, Adult Secondary Education, GED w/instructors and GED Online
- Departmental Activities and Special Events Calendar
If you have any questions about upcoming Community Education classes, please contact the Office of Community Education at 618-252-5400 x 2601 or x3213 for more information.