Lakeland Community College’s Holden University Center adds new partner – News-Herald
The Holden University Center at Lakeland Community College added Case Western Reserve University to its list of partner schools, officials said this week.
Case of Siegal Lifelong Learning Program will join 11 other partner colleges and universities providing area residents with educational opportunities through the Holden University Center.
According to Lakeland, Siegal’s Lifelong Learning Program connects academia with the wider community through innovative and engaging programming. Adults of all ages continue their learning by attending classes and lectures taught by Case faculty, leading academics and local subject matter experts.
Students enrolled in courses or conferences offered by partner institutions, in person or remotely, have access to the facilities at the Lakeland campus.
“This partnership will allow Lakeland to provide more high-quality, non-credit learning opportunities to area residents,” said Laura Barnard, executive vice president and provost, Lakeland. “It complements our current professional development courses in healthcare, computing and technology, business and management, and human services.
The Siegal Lifelong Learning Program offers a variety of courses and lectures on a myriad of topics including art, history, politics, science, religion, literature and more. The program also includes an 11-week Senior Fellows Program.
Siegal Lifelong Learning offers both online and in-person programs. Classes and in-person lectures are held at Case’s main campus at University Circle, at the Beachwood facility in Siegal, locations in Northeast Ohio, and now at the Holden University Center in Kirtland.
“Case Western Reserve University is delighted to partner with Lakeland Community College to provide a range of courses for adults in Lake County,” said Brian Amkraut, Executive Director of Siegal. “Through this collaboration, we are able to leverage the strengths and resources of each of our organizations to provide high quality learning opportunities in a wider geographic area.
Courses and lectures are currently available remotely. Beginning in October, classes will be available in person at the Holden University Center.
Since its inception in 2001, the center has offered 22 bachelor’s degree programs, 15 graduate programs, eight graduate certificates and approval programs, a doctoral program and ‘lifelong learning opportunities’. life ”of 12 university partners.
To learn more, call 440-525-7535 or visit laclandcc.edu/uc.