Registration Opens for KSC's CALL program
KEENE, N.H., 02/28/07 - Keene State College’s Cheshire Academy for Lifelong Learning (CALL) announces that registration is open for spring classes. CALL, founded in the mid-1990s, is an educational program for seniors and retired people in the Monadnock region.
Classes on birding, English theatre before Shakespeare, Italian opera, pottery, conversational Welsh, global warming, globalization, the 1920s, Ireland’s history through film and television, and understanding photography are among the 15 courses offered.
Courses, taught mainly by KSC faculty, are noncredit and nongraded. CALL participants take an active role in planning courses and occasionally leading classes.
Classes, from 60 to 80 minutes long, run weekly on Fridays, March 16 through May 4. The $60 registration fee permits participants to take as many courses as they wish during the semester.
Registration is open until the first day of class.
On March 16, in the Rhodes Hall atrium, KSC’s Office of Continuing Education hosts a 4 p.m. tea and coffee reception for instructors and those registered for the spring session.
Details about the reception and CALL information are available at KSC’s Continuing Education Office (603-358-2290). The office is located in Elliot Hall, Room 144.