Community Education

ASU-Beebe's Community Education provides the opportunity to enhance your everyday life. If there is an area in which you would like to learn new things or the latest techniques for a current skill, we can help you achieve that goal. The Community Education team offers an array of classes to update current skills, explore new interests and hobbies, or gain knowledge. The main focus is "YOU" - individuals encompassing all ages, education levels, professions, backgrounds and interests are invited to participate in any of the courses offered. 

Community Education Classes 

Community Education classes are non-credit coursework; therefore, participants do NOT have to be formally admitted to ASU-Beebe in order to register. 

We welcome your input! 

If you have suggestions for classes you would like to see offered or perhaps you would be interested in sharing your knowledge by teaching a course, we would like to hear from you. As new offerings become available, they will be added to the listings below. 

Hunter's Education - Arkansas Game & Fish 

AARP Driver Safety Program 

10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer's

Understanding Alzheimer's and Dementia

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Intro to Microsoft Excel 

Intro to Microsoft Word 

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Digital Photography Workshop 

Lightroom Photoshop Introduction

Small Business Social Media Marketing 

Basic Astronomy 

Pottery Hand Building Class - Beginner 

Fly Fishing Basics 101


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Soccer Basics 

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Fall/Winter Painting 

Block Painted Pumpkins 

Grinch Hand Painting

Reindeer Painting 

Christmas Ornaments 

Snowman Painting 

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Community Relations Coordinator
Heber Springs Campus

Kelly Lyon, Ed.D.
Director of Workforce and Community Development
Searcy Campus


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