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Fall Community Education Classes
Community Education Classes at Ohio University Southern!  For more information, please call 740.533.4588 or email ous_community_ed@ohio.edu.
 

Community Education Guidelines and Procedures

 
Community Education classes are open to the general public regardless of educational background. These classes are self-supporting, and the fees collected from Community Education cover all instructional, administrative, and overhead cost of the program...
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Registration and Enrollment


YOU MUST REGISTER AND ENROLL PRIOR TO THE FIRST CLASS SESSION. If the minimum enrollment for a class is not met, the class may be cancelled.
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Community Education classes offers classes in technology, artistic endeavors, personal interests, dog obedience, and recreation.

CLASS LIST
 
Photo Editing
Instructor: Mike Donley
Learn basic photo editing skills and the software functions necessary to perform touch-up techniques, improve color and tone, modify the contrast and sharpness of images, cropping techniques, as well as other fascinating creative features to improve your images.
Course Location: Academic 214, OUS Ironton campus
Course Date/Time:  Thursday, Aug. 4, 6:30 – 9:00 pm
Course Cost: $25
 
Tablets and Mobile Devices
Instructors: Mike Donley and Randy Bazell
Find out how you can get the most out of your tablet or smartphone. Learn the basics, like how to navigate on your device, download apps, install your apps, take pictures, record videos, create new contacts, and a host of other features.
Course Location: Academic 214, OUS Ironton campus
Course Date/Time:  Thursday, Aug. 11, 6:30 – 9:00 pm
Course Cost: $25

Connecting through Technology
Instructors: Mike Donley and Randy Bazell
Discover some of the most popular methods of connecting with your friends, family, or other acquaintances anywhere in the world through the use of computer software and mobile applications.
Course Location: Academic 214, OUS Ironton campus
Course Date/Time:  Thursday, Aug 18, 6:30 – 9:00 pm
Course Cost: $25

 
Dog Obedience - Puppy Kindergarten
Instructor: Leslie Milleson
The owner and puppy learn the basics of dog obedience at a more relaxed pace.  Sit, stay, come, lie down, and good manners are the focus of this puppy class. Because puppies have short attention spans, play and social interaction are important elements of this course. Positive reinforcement, praise, and good parenting are emphasized.


Please do not bring the dog to the first session.

Course Location: Ohio Horse Park/Vet Clinic Area Course
Date/Time: September 20 - November 8,  6:30 - 7:15 pm
Course Enrollment: MIN: 5
Course Cost: $70

 

Dog Obedience - Sub Novice
Instructor: Leslie Milleson
This is an on-leash course for owners to learn how to train dogs who are 7 months or older.  All the basics are covered: sit, stay, come, stand, lie down, and heel.  This class is based on positive reinforcement and working on getting your dog’s attention and trust.  Puppy kindergarten is not required. 

Please do not bring the dog to the first session.
 
Course Location: Ohio Horse Park/Vet Clinic Area
Course Date/Time: September 20 - November 8,  7:30-8:30 pm
Course Cost: $85
 
Dog Obedience - Novice
Instructor:Leslie Milleson
This course moves forward in the obedience training to off-leash work.  This is done with all the commands.  The Sub-Novice class is required or participants must have permission from the instructor.
 
Course Location: Ohio Horse Park/Vet Clinic Area
Course Date/Time: September 20 - November 8, 8:30 - 9:30 pm
Course Cost: $85
 
Paranormal Phenomena and Local Mysteries
Instructor: Todd Martin
This course includes a guided discussion focused on popular facets of the paranormal field and local interests of a similar nature.  It is intended to stimulate one’s own familiarity with current ideas in the research of fringe subjects. Students will be introduced to new concepts that they may not normally consider. 
 
Course Location: Ohio University Southern
Course Date/Time: Tuesdays, October 4 - 25, 7:00 - 9:00pm
Course Cost:  $35.00

 
Contact Information:
Community Education
Ohio University Southern
1804 Liberty Avenue
Ironton, OH 45638