Check out the new Fall Classes for 2019. Registration opens August 15.
Senior College Annual Meeting
Thursday, September 26, 2019
12:00 – 12:45 (Bring a lunch)
Room TBA – Hutchinson Center
Call to Order
Greetings from the Hutchinson Center
Remarks by the President
2018 – 2019 Financial Report
- Annual Appeal Report
- Special Events Report
- Publicity Report
- Curriculum Report
- Archive Report
- Festival of Art
- Festival of Art Expenses Report
Elections to Board of Trustees
Summer classes are posted online. Registration will open the first week of June.
Note: Until now, the Senior College office has been open every Thursday, 52 weeks per year.
From now on:
SUMMER: for two weeks before the 1st class, office open on Thursdays, 10 am – 1 pm.
During summer classes: office open 30 minutes before & after class, and during breaks & lunch.
FALL, WINTERIM, & SPRING: starting six weeks before the 1st class, office open on Thursdays, 10 am – 1 pm.
During classes: office open 30 minutes before & after class, and during breaks & lunch.
Adopted by the SC Board in June, 2016
The purpose of SC advertising or announcements, including but not limited to the website, E-news, or classroom announcements, is to promote Senior College, and to inform the membership and the community of courses, special events, speakers, or projects that Senior College is directly involved with. Volunteer opportunities and other community events that Senior College (including the Community Service Committee) is not directly involved with (see following paragraph) are beyond the scope and purpose of the website, E-news, and classroom announcements, or any other advertisements, and are not permitted.
A Senior College committee or group is directly involved with a non-profit group or community event when the members of that committee or group have agreed, for some specified period of time (e.g., for the upcoming year, for a certain month, or for a particular date), that its members will participate in a particular non-profit or community event, at a specified time and place. If an SC committee or group merely urges (by mentioning or advertising) the SC membership at large to support a non-profit, or to attend a community event, then that does not count as “direct involvement” by the committee or group. To count as “direct involvement,” the committee or group members themselves must have committed to participate in some specific event (for a non-profit organization or in a community event). Given they have done this, if they also wish to invite members of the SC community at large to participate in that specific event, then that is permissible.