The UA Rich Mountain Department of Lifelong Learning & Workforce Development exists to provide education and training opportunities targeted towards professional and hands-on skill development in concert with the needs identified by businesses, industries, organizations, and individuals in our service area.
Lifelong Learning is an ongoing activity with the aim of improving personal and/or professional knowledge, skills, and competence. The College's Department of Lifelong Learning and Workforce Development is dedicated to providing youth and adult learners with experiences that develop curiosity, independence, and initiative. Our programs are designed to encourage, stimulate, and empower individuals to attain knowledge and skills with confidence and enjoyment. The Department is dedicated to working with community to build skills and motivation that support learning throughout life. Lifelong Learning is not just foundational to personal and cultural development, but also to competitiveness, employability, and entrepreneurism.
The Department of Lifelong Learning and Workforce Development offers credit and non-credit courses during the academic year and summer sessions. All academic policies apply to the Department of Lifelong Learning and Workforce Development. Customized trainings can be tailored to suit the needs of groups, organizations, and business & industry partners on campus or at your business location. For information about customized services, contact Maureen Keese Director of Lifelong Learning and Program Development.
Tuition and fees are based upon the type of training. Tuition is generally due at registration. Refunds for noncredit classes will apply only if the class is canceled. Students who fail to attend regularly are dropped from the class. The tuition waiver policy for age 60+ does not apply to RMCC Lifelong Learning Workforce Development classes.
Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs
479-394-7622 ext 1300
Spencer Building Room 223