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Southern Oregon University

We invite community members to explore the resources of your local university through participating in classes, workshops, and events. For other special events, please visit the SOU Campus Event Calendar.

Annual Events

Career Transformations, a one day workshop held in early spring. Click here for details and registration information.

Summer Session, a variety of programs geared toward this active season. Click here for the Summer Session site.

Business Resource Fair, a one day workshop held in October. Click here for details and registration information.

Women's Leadership Conference, a one-day workshop in late Winter. Click here for details and registration information.

Non-Credit Classes

New! Divorce & Family Mediation class provides continuing professional development for counselors, social workers, and others who have completed a 36 hours Basic Mediation or Fundamentals of Mediation class. Scheduled for five weekend days in April/May 2014. Registration is now open, click here to register. For more information click here.

Jefferson State Choral Coalition is a diverse group of people singing an irresistible variety of American popular music. Students and community members from all walks of life, from professional musicians to first-timers, join together to connect and grow through music. For more information and registration, please go to www.JeffersonStateChoralCoalition.com or www.sou.edu/takeaclass.

OLLI (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute) offers almost a hundred classes every term, all free to its members for an annual cost of $125. Learn more and register at www.sou.edu/olli.

Institute of New Writing / Ashland is a weeklong program including one-to-one contact with published writers and after class events all on the beautiful campus of Southern Oregon University. Limited scholarships available. For more information and registration, please go to www.sou.edu/inwa.

Credit Classes

The extensive SOU catalog is yours to explore! Community members may enroll in regular credit classes beginning two weeks before the term starts, on a space-available basis and with instructor approval. (All students must have an unmodified high school diploma; other restrictions apply for some classes.) You may take the class for credit and a grade, or “audit” the class. Oregon residents age 65+ may audit classes at no charge.

Stop by the Division of Continuing Education (in Ashland, right next door to Omar’s Restaurant on Siskiyou Blvd.), or download the registration form below and bring it or mail it with payment to our office. Please call us for current tuition rates.

Click here to download a Non-admitted Student Enrollment Form. [PDF]