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The new LEARN Jacksonville catalog is here. Give us a call at 904-620-4200 if you would like a catalog mailed to you!

Take a Class For The Fun of It!

Welcome to LEARN Jacksonville’s Summer 2020 Course Catalog!


It is the perfect time to learn a new skill! Most of the classes at UNFCE are being transitioned into instructor-led online learning opportunities. So, make the most of that time at home - learn online!


I look forward to seeing you in a class soon and happy learning!


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Jesse James
Assistant Director, UNF Division of Continuing Education



Learning for the fun of it.


LEARN Jacksonville is a program that offers personal enrichment courses in topics that include Arts, Crafts and Hobbies, Health and Wellness, Home and Garden, Languages, Money Matters, Technology, Photography, Writing and Wine Tasting. Most classes are held at the Adam W. Herbert University Center conveniently located at the Kernan Boulevard entrance to campus. Parking is plentiful. LEARN Jacksonville classes are also taught at several First Coast YMCA locations in the greater Jacksonville area. First Coast YMCA members will receive a 20 percent discount for all classes held at YMCA facilities. 


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