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| The Continuing Education Department of UL Lafayette strives to meet the various educational interests and needs of Acadiana, Louisiana, and the nation. The programs are geared to those who believe learning is a lifelong process, and to be successful learning and retraining is demanded. Programs developed through Continuing Education are fundamental for personal growth, and essential for career advancement, business development and industry specialization. The department maintains a flexible approach in its offerings to meet the ever changing demands of society. Programs for youth to classes for senior citizens, our courses are available to all ages for learning new skills and increasing knowledge.
Due to recent growth, the department has relocated to its new facility. The Continuing Education Center at 1606 Johnston Street is conveniently positioned right next to the UL Lafayette campus. This facility has allowed us to expand and improve our operations by providing additional classrooms and enhanced computer laboratories. In addition to utilizing the center, we hold some classes in other specialized laboratories throughout the campus. These laboratories allow for more in-depth, hands-on training when needed.
CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) will be earned by course participants who successfully complete most Continuing Education courses. CEUs have been developed to provide a quantitative means of recognizing participation in non-academic educational activities.
Pre-registration is required due to limited class sizes. Registrations will be confirmed by a letter or a telephone call. Tax Deduction for Education Expenses (Treasury Regulation No. 1162-5) permits an income tax deduction for education expenses. Please contact your tax advisor for more information.
This bulletin represents a bona fide effort at an accurate description of the facilities, curricula and course offerings of Continuing Education in effect at the time of publication. It is not a contract, or an offer to contract, which may be accepted by enrolling in the University. The University reserves the right to make changes in the arrangement described herein without notice.
Parking is available for course participants free of charge. A map and parking permit will be mailed to participants with their confirmation letter.
Document last revised Thursday, May 4, 2006 10:12 AM
Copyright 2003 by the University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Continuing Education., P.O. Box 42411, Lafayette LA 70504
Telephone: 337/482-6391 · E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org