e-Newsletter editor needed:
CSC is looking for someone who likes to write and preferably has a little experience in doing press releases or newsletters, to compile our monthly e-newsletter. A fairly straightforward format is followed, and the editor requests information from the Events Committee and Curriculum, as well as other board members, for any news items they would like to post. The newsletter is sent out from URock to all CSC members on our email list. For those interested, please contact Kay Liss at email@example.com. And thank you Pat for the great job you have done with the newsletter over the last few years. You really raised the standard of this important CSC information vehicle!
Serving mid-coast Maine from Wiscasset to Camden, Coastal Senior College (CSC) provides intellectual stimulation and good company through classes and special events for seniors in Lincoln and Knox counties. Volunteer-driven and managed, CSC is part of Maine’s growing Maine Senior College Network affiliated with Campuses and Outreach Centers of the University of Maine System.
Highly knowledgeable instructors lead classes that typically meet for two hours during the week, usually for a full eight-week semester, which should allow you to fit at least one class into your schedule. There are no grades, exams, or term papers required!
Special events, forums, lectures, and field trips are also offered to CSC members throughout the year, often noted in one of our e-newsletter. Additional benefits of CSC membership include the opportunity to join the governing board, the operating committees, and volunteer opportunities such as planning special events, assisting instructors, and helping with office tasks.
Senior College is open to all seniors 50 years of age or more, and to their spouses or partners, who value education and have inquiring minds.
Coastal Senior College is located at 91 Camden Street, Suite 402 in Rockland, Maine, on the fourth floor of the Breakwater Building in Rockland at the home of University College facilities at Rockland (URock). Click here for directions.
Spring, 2015 Adventures
Classes began April 7
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- Environmental Law and Ethics, Rockwood
- The Cathedral: A Social and Architectural History, Stuhlman
- The Maine Islands: Small Communities, Big Thinking, Island Institute
- Poetry: New Perspectives, Goldsmith
- Maine Voices: Commentary, fiction, and poetry, LeGendre
- Indulging in A. Trollope or Two, M. Ward
- Celebrating William Butler Yeats, J. Ward
- Impressionism: Mostly Monet, Roos
- Editing Techniques: How to Cut and Prune Your Writing, Janover
- France From Crisis To Chaos To Absolutism, Blaisdell
The Importance of the Heart and Lungs in Human Physiology, Burris Cancelled
- Gathering the Story You Have Within You, Dashiell
- Jewish Mysticism and Contemporary Spiritual Search, Shaw
How the Modern Documentary Can Shape the Public Mind, Solomon Cancelled
- Vexing Problems – Nature’s Answers, Kando
CSC Enrollment Record
Fall, 2014 set a record for the total number of members enrolled in CSC courses. It was also the first time we have had two classes at the same time with about 50 students each.
Where do Courses Come From?
The Curriculum Committee is responsible for the quality of our classes and is always on the lookout for new instructors with new subjects. Here is the story of one course. If you know someone with expertise and passion for a subject who may be interested in teaching for CSC, please contact a member of the curriculum committee. For more information, click here.