Humanities for Everybody is a free program sponsored by the University Center for the Humanities of Western Michigan University (WMU), Kalamazoo Neighborhood Housing Services, and Open Doors that offers classes in art history, literature, philosophy, history, and writing, taught by experienced WMU professors, to low- to moderate-income residents of Kalamazoo, MI and surrounding areas. The goal of the course is to provide lower to moderate-income Kalamazoo area residents with access to university-level education in the humanities.
We are currently recruiting students for our 10-week Fall course beginning September 10, 2012 and our 15-week Spring course beginning January 14, 2013. Classes will meet Mondays and Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The class schedule can be found at the following link: H4E 2012-2013 Class Schedule
If you are a life-long learner who would like to participate in vivacious, fun discussion-style courses in the humanities on Monday and Thursday evenings, please apply today by downloading an application from this website.
Participants will benefit from the Humanities for Everybody Program in two main ways. They will be given tools and opportunities to reengage in their communities, and they will realize the full potential of education to transform their lives. This community of learners will have a framework for examining themselves and the world around them, as well as a way to engage in meaningful, respectful dialogue with individuals who have different perspectives.
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