Richland Community College summer courses encourage further learning

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DECATUR – Richland Community College's (RCC) Continuing and Professional Education Division is opening registration for their summer courses. The courses are geared toward members of community who wish to take their learning to new levels without the pressure of a full course load or credits.

RCC's Continuing and Professional Education Division offers courses in a variety of fields. Community members can pursue workforce-focused courses or learn more about hobbies such as piano or horseback riding. Courses are available for many age groups, ranging from toddlers to adults.

A few of the adult age courses offered this summer include: learn to knit, algebra boot camp and basic yoga.

The algebra boot camp is also open to children over the age of twelve.

Each of the classes listed starts June 15, 2015. They can be viewed in the online catalog at http://www.richland.edu/cpe. Other courses' start dates will vary.

Contact the Continuing and Professional Education Division at Richland Community College at (217) 875-7211, Ext. 265, to register or receive more information.

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