Jimmy Nickerson & Angie Pell, C‘12, embrace continuing education from both ends of the generational spectrum.
When Bianca Spurlock, C’12, offers advice about returning to school, she speaks from personal experience when she says “Let go of your fears and go for it.”
Bill Bailey’s experience at the University of Richmond reveals that membership has its own rewards.
Kellie Amberger, C‘11, finds in Weekend College both the challenge of academic rigor and the pattern for success in business.
John Miers, C‘13, never lost sight of his dream to earn a bachelor’s degree despite a twenty-five-year postponement.
With support from the University's Partners in the Arts, Linwood Holton Elementary School students and teachers learn with local artists.
Linda Hutson, C‘12, refused to let her past become an obstacle to earning a bachelor’s degree at the University of Richmond School of Professional & Continuing Studies.
Award-winning author, columnist, speaker, and writing coach Stacy Hawkins Adams, C‘13, is back in the classroom pursuing her passion for lifelong learning.
The Landscape Horticulture, Plants and Practices professional certification is perfect for anyone interested in expanding their knowledge of plants and sustainable horticulture practices including homeowners as well as professionals in a variety of fields.
Tom Parfitt brings his back-room kitchen experience front and center through the Baking and Pastry Arts Center—and gives a small taste of the art of making chocolate.