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Short-Term Classes

Short-Term Classes

Two Dog and Pet First Aid students examining a dog.

Photography, CPR, Dog Grooming, Spanish, and lots more!  Learn a new skill or hobby, or increase your knowledge for work or pleasure.  These short-term classes typically begin in August, October, January and April.  Online classes start monthly.

Late Fall 2019
Registration Begins: September 1, 2019
Registration Ends: October 4, 2019

Winter 2020
Registration Begins: November 1, 2019
Registration Ends: January 3, 2020

Spring 2020
Registration Begins: January 24, 2020
Registration Ends: March 6, 2020

Questions? Click here or call us at 513.771.8881

Senior Citizens 60 or older, and employees, who request it, receive a 50%  tuition discount for classes over $100, after the book and/or material costs are subtracted from the course fee.  Some classes do not qualify.  Registration is on a first come, first served basis after the minimum enrollment is reached for the class.  Some classes do not qualify.

*Any class that requires a textbook has the cost of the book included in the cost of the class
Great Oaks accepts Visa, Mastercard and Discover.

NOTE:  Unless otherwise noted, short-term classes and programs are not subject to COE accreditation.

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