Release Date: April 9, 2009
ASU Extended Studies Offers Wide Variety of Skill Lessons
Angelo State University’s Division of Extended Studies offers classes throughout the year for business, home and hobbyist skills.
Techniques of scrapbooking, beadwork, photography, cooking and wine, sewing and art classes are among those available. In addition, computer skills are taught in several areas of Microsoft Word and the Internet. Yoga and birding classes are also scheduled.
Extended Studies classes are taught periodically, many during the evening hours, in more than 100 programs for beginner through advanced skill levels. Classes are taught on the ASU campus, at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, at Station 618 Senior Center and at other partner properties by professional practitioners in all areas.
For more information, call the Division of Extended Studies at (325) 942-2339. A current schedule is available online at www.angelo.edu/dept/extended_studies/ and at the Extended Studies Office in the Herrington House at 2602 W. Ave. N, across from the main ASU campus.