South Coast Senior College Announces Spring Offerings

February 10, 2017

South Coast Senior College at York County Community College plans a busy spring term with 15 courses and five lectures scheduled from February through June. Most will be held at the college, located at 112 College Drive in Wells.The life-long learning program, now in its third full year, is open to adults, ages 50 and up, from York County and Seacoast New Hampshire.

The life-long learning program, now in its third full year, is open to adults, ages 50 and up, from York County and Seacoast New Hampshire.This spring’s exciting South Coast Senior College non-credit offerings include classes in technology, life-story writing, book discussion, history, art, Broadway musicals, religion, climate change, poetry, floral arranging and more.

This spring’s exciting South Coast Senior College non-credit offerings include classes in technology, life-story writing, book discussion, history, art, Broadway musicals, religion, climate change, poetry, floral arranging and more.Courses run for from two to eight weeks and are taught in a friendly, non-competitive, stress-free way.  There are no tests, no papers and no grades and no previous college experience is required.

Courses run for from two to eight weeks and are taught in a friendly, non-competitive, stress-free way.  There are no tests, no papers and no grades and no previous college experience is required.

The lectures include a two-session smart phone workshop and one-session talks on horseback riding for seniors, writing and publishing children’s books and behind-the-scenes reports by veteran journalists.

South Coast Senior College is part of the Maine Senior College Network. It is open to everyone, age 50 and up, in York County and Seacoast New Hampshire, including year-round and seasonal residents. Annual membership is $25 and classes are $25 each.

Registration is now open. To learn about or course or to register click HERE.