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When proposing courses, be sure to keep the dates within the term schedule.
Winter Term 2020: January 13-March 1 (up to 7 sessions)
- Exceptions: Martin Luther King, Jr Day, January 21
Spring Term 2020: March 16-June 14 (up to 13 sessions)
- Exceptions: Easter, April 12, Memorial Day, May 25
Summer Term 2020: June 29-August 30 (up to 9 sessions)
- Exceptions: July 4
How to submit your course:
Please complete each field with the information regarding your course. Submissions are successfully completed after all required (*) fields have been entered. The more clear and concise information you provide (including samples from classes, a syllabus, a bio, etc.), the better we can promote your classes while talking to prospective students.
A new screen will appear after you have clicked submit. If your screen does NOT go to this screen, please double check each required field again to be sure all of the information is entered thoroughly.
To add another course, follow the link on the screen. Course details will not be stored in the fields. Saving your information on a word processor and copy and paste as you go would be helpful.
In addition, an email with the details of your course will be sent to the email address you provided whenever you use the course submission form.
An email from the Registrar with all courses for the department will be sent by the approval date.
Details on program types and levels
Individualized instruction for any kind of artist – beginners and those exploring new mediums, high school students and wise-ones, new and returning learners.
Intermediate & Advanced
Prerequisites or approval from faculty required to deepen the participant’s creative process.
Participants work independently during monitored sessions in our fully-equipped studios. No instruction; approval from faculty required.
Multi-session course with instruction up to 6 hours.
Designed for specialized skills in a convenient, shorter format with instruction.
Plan a trip through a place, as a building or a site, for a fun and interactive experience.
Offer an educational talk to an audience.