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The Continuing Education office has moved from B&E Room 113 to B&E Room 126.
The Center adheres to UofSC Aiken policies regarding precautions against COVID-19. Click to see more information.
Mark your calendar for November 13 and plan to attend our Book Fair where local and regional authors will make their books available and participate in panel discussions. Open to the public. Click for more information.
Come volunteer with us. Get great satisfaction from helping others learn.
The following classes will meet at a location or a time different from that shown in the catalog:
10 Steps to a Longer, Healthier Life, Excel Basic, Excel Advanced, and The Wolf Among Us: An Up-to-date Look at Man's Best Friend have been canceled.
Changes have been made to the courses shown in the catalog for the current semester. Click to go to the Catalog page where you may see them.
The Center hosts events for the benefit of its members. Click to see the currently planned events.
Every Spring the Center for Lifelong Learning holds a Remembrance Day to honor the memory of Dr. Earl F. Kauffman. Dr. Kauffman was one of the individuals most responsible for the creation of the Academy for Lifelong Learning, one of the Center's predecessor organizations, back in 1989. (To learn more about Dr. Kauffman and the founding of the Academy for Lifelong Learning, please see our History page.)
Each year on Kauffman Remembrance Day an award is given in Dr. Kauffman's memory, to recognize a group or individual that has made significant contributions to the Center. This recognition has been given annually since 1992, just three years after the Academy's founding.
The Kauffman Luncheon is held in April and is funded via an endowment created by UofSC Aiken Professor James Kauffman and his family in memory of his father. All Center members are sent invitations and are encouraged to attend. An RSVP is required for event planning purposes.
|2021||None (due to covid)|
|2020||None (due to covid)|
|2015||Laura Anderson & Mary Anne Cavanaugh|
|2013||Dr. Deidre Martin|
|1992||Kim Wood Woeber|
The McGrath Computer Learning Center, the other predecessor organization of the Center, selected a Volunteer of the Year during its years of operation 1999–2021. Each year's awardee was nominated by and voted on by the Steering Commitee. You can see the list of awardees here.