Capital University Center’s face-to-face Non-credit Learning Seminars are a fun and educational part of our curriculum. You don’t have to pursue a college degree to enjoy the new facilities at the Wallace R. Halverson Education Building.
Fall Learning SeminarsCheck back in August for Fall classes!
Spring Learning Seminars
$80.00 each class
Designed for small businesses. Natalie Anderson will teach you with “hands-on” experience. You will learn how to set up your company and chart your accounts, track your payables and receivables, record your income, prepare computerized checks or record annual checks, reconcile your bank statement, prepare financial reports, and manage your payroll! 2017 QuickBooks software will be used. Part One $80.00 Tuesday February 6 at CUC, 6:00-9:00 pm
Part Two $80.00 Wednesday , February 7, at CUC, 6:00-9:00 pm
Taught by Natalie Anderson Spanish
Learn and practice! Program emphasizes the active, practical use of communication for different situations. Super interactive – improved course presents the basic grammar of Spanish including frequent words and verbs, expressions and phrases used in the day-to-day cultural diversity of the contemporary Spanish-speaking world, and common phrases and vocabulary that travelers should learn. Sessions will cover all four skills - listening, speaking, reading and writing Class will be six weeks meeting on Thursday nights from 7:00-9:00 pm, February 1 - March 8 Taught by Nelly Nord Dog Obedience
This seven-week class will be held on Monday nights at the Boys & Girls Club. The first night is the owner information night and will be without the dogs. Dogs must be at least six months old. It is a hands-on class so owner must be at least 13 years old and be able to handle dog in walking around the room. This seven week class will begin March 26 and will be held at the Boys & Girls Club at 7:00 pm Taught by Dr. Vicky Wilkey