Valparaiso University offers a variety of continuing education options for professional development and enrichment learning.
Valparaiso University offers courses and events for enrichment and professional development.
- Law Enforcement Applicant Test Preparation Course – Starts Sept. 5, 2018
- VU Mental Health Topics Series: Three Pillars for Preventing Client Suicide – Oct. 5, 2018
- Will I.T. Kill the 4th Amendment? – Oct. 25, 2018
The College of Adult Scholars offers pathways for adults to complete an undergraduate degree or to take undergraduate courses as a non-degree student.
The College Experience Honors Program offers the opportunity for high school juniors and seniors to take college level courses at Valparaiso University for academic credit.
The SAGE program provides a pathway for persons 60 and older or retired to audit undergraduate or graduate courses on a space-available basis at a special low tuition rate.
VOLTS is a non-credit learning group for persons 60 and older. Programs include guest speakers and lecturers previews of university drama and musical productions, discussion of current events, and presentations by VU faculty or other professionals.
Review is an enrichment group for retired Valparaiso University staff and faculty.