Personal Enrichment

The Office of Continuing Education offers a wide variety of opportunities for personal enrichment. Whether you want to learn how to paint, take better photographs or learn how to market your business using social media, we have something for you. Take classes at UW-Marinette, online in the comfort of your own home or travel abroad - the possibilities are endless! 


Japanese 1



June 1st - July 11th 
Tuesday, and Thursday 
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Where: M109

Course Hours: 17

The class will cover a familiarity with the Japanese writing systems of Katakana, Hiragana, and Kanji. Instructor Don Eack will also cover pronunciation and basic conversation along with an overview of Japanese history and culture. Eack will address individual and class interests related to Japan to add to the learning and cultural experience.


Intro to Adobe Illustrator Graphics and Design

Adobe Illustrator


June 19th - June 29th 
Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday 
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Where: Mac Lab T140

Learn how to design professional-looking graphics for web or print with Adobe Illustrator software. This class will cover the basics which will allow you to start making professional looking graphics! Through practical exercises, you will learn how to create line art, logos, vector graphics and quick page layout as well as tricks and time efficient techniques to keep work clean and professional.


Spanish 2: Let’s Speak Spanish: ¡Lo Básico! 2

Course Detail

Session: Spanish 2: Let’s Speak Spanish: ¡Lo Básico! 2


May 30th - July 13th 
Tuesday, and Thursday 
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Where: M110

Course Hours: 17

In this course, students will continue to further develop and improve listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Emphasis is placed on comprehension of Spanish, as well as reading and writing practice in the target language using a variety of activities incorporating familiar vocabulary and structures. Supplementary materials are introduced to enhance language use. In this Basics 2 course, we will add to your foundation of basic vocabulary and expressions in order to form increasingly complex sentences and hold conversations in a variety of social situations. ¡Hablamos español! Let's speak Spanish!