At NPC our mission is to create, support and promote lifelong learning. You're never too old to learn something new! Enjoy all kinds of noncredit leisure learning classes, ranging from exercise and fitness to expanding your computer skills or learning how to bellydance!
- Classes are always starting throughout the semester, so be sure to check the "recent additions" bar (below, underneath the booklet) for the latest listings.
A list of Learning Adventure classes and workshops are published at the beginning of each semester in the small booklet shown below. You may view the classes simply by clicking on the cover to virtually "open" the booklet; or download a copy of the Learning Adventure booklet here; or request one be mailed to you by contacting the community education coordinator listed on the right of this page. Noncredit classes are also listed by location in the back pages of each semester’s NPC Class Schedule.
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Why Study? Because Learning Never Stops!
NPC noncredit courses offer a wide variety of classes, workshops and seminars in special interest areas to provide personal enrichment for individuals in Northland Pioneer College communities. These short-term offerings are developed by the Community Education department and include such areas as:
NEW! NPC Kids College
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Attention Community Members!
NPC is always looking for new areas of interest to community members. Suggestions for future topics and classes are always welcome. If you have a specialty that you think might be of interest and/or would like to teach, contact the Community & Corporate Learning Specialist, listed below.
How to register
Choose the class you wish to take and make note of the prefix, class number and title (ex. HCT 099X Beginning Beading). Then, just stop by or call the campus/center location nearest you, register and pay for the class at least three (3) days before the first session starts. Some classes may have an additional supply fee that must be paid directly to the instructor at the first class meeting.