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January 19, 2021

UFM Community Learning Center spring 2021 catalog now available

Submitted by Allison Saab

UFM Community Learning Center's spring 2021 catalog is now available online at tryufm.org and in print.

This spring, UFM will bring a variety of both in-person and online classes to suit the needs of all learners — including cooking, crafting, photography and gardening classes, along with wellness, self-defense and language offerings. Explore the spring 2021 PDF catalog to learn more.

Be sure to check out the UGotClass section, a new partnership with Learning Resource Network, which allows UFM to provide courses for professional development and certifications. These classes are self-paced and offer unique opportunities for earning CEUs and continuing to learn in the professional space. Some courses offered via UGotClass include a certificate in online teaching, digital marketing certificate, beginning conversational Spanish and podcasting.

UFM is also offering courses through Global Campus for K-State credit. Credit courses are being offered in both in-person and online formats. Some online credit courses include yoga, turbo kick and Zumba dance. In-person credit classes include bungee cardio, intro to powerlifting, pole fitness and first aid/CPR/AED.

Take a look at UFM's Lifetime Learning program, which provides life-enrichment classes where learning never stops. With this program, UFM aims to offer educational programming and activities for learners ages 50 and older, though all ages are welcome. See page 25 in the catalog for a full list of Lifetime Learning class options.

For more information about the spring 2021 catalog, classes, or programs, contact UFM at 785-539-8763 or visit tryufm.org.

UFM Community Learning Center is a creative educational program serving Kansas State University, the Manhattan area and the state of Kansas. Based on the philosophy that everyone can learn, and everyone can teach, UFM provides opportunities for lifelong learning and personal development. UFM serves as a forum for the exchange of ideas and as a catalyst for new programs and services that enhance the quality of life for all.