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Personal Enrichment

Learning: it’s never too early to start or too late to stop. That’s why College of Lake County provides the region with personal enrichment courses for all ages. CLC is an affordable, local resource for you to stretch your body and mind.

Our non-credit, non-graded courses are not light on content. Nationally known subject matter experts, educators, authors and licensed professionals teach lively classes full of detailed information and robust experiences. You can study in-depth a subject you’re passionate about, improve your existing skills, or try a course that’s completely foreign to you just for kicks.

Programs for Adults

Personal enrichment courses. Our classes range from one-day seminars and workshops to semester-length courses. Topics include all kinds of interests--painting and jewelry making, computer skills, cooking, languages, wellness, sports and fitness, tours, writing and more!

Programs for Youth and Teens

XPLORE! programs for youth and teenagers give children a productive activity and safe outlet for learning. From ACT test prep and STEM to pet care and web design, CLC offers many options for boys and girls in grades 1 through 12. Summer camp, recreational courses, local tours and trips are additional family-oriented options that change seasonally.

Programs for Seniors 

Discovery! programs for seniors are a fun way to stay connected in a casual, positive setting. Learn how about art and architecture, current events, film, or history. You can also take trips and tours of Chicago with instructor-led, like-minded groups. Not only do you leave with a new experience and information, but also new friends.

Online Learning through ed2go

Another option for personal enrichment and professional development in the online format is ed2go. Choose self-paced tutorials that start anytime and last a few hours, or instructor-led courses that begin every month and last six weeks.

Browse this season’s schedule of courses and register for your personal enrichment today at CLC. Questions? Contact the Center for Personal Enrichment.