Language & Culture

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The College of Extended Learning is dedicated to the elimination of discrimination by empowering all individuals with the promotion of harmony, freedom and dignity. 

Diversity Workshops:

Workshops covers many aspects of groups, customs and traditions that individuals bring to the work place.  Awareness and sensitivity are processed through presentations, discussions and assessments.  This class can be taught on-site on an as need basis to companies, businesses and organizations.  Current trends and issues will be brought into the discussions in keeping in sync with day to day operations and future planning.  Prices pending size of group.  Call for additional information.

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Cherokee Language

This class will cover Cherokee culture through spoken and written language.

Date: Oct. 7 -Nov. 25
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Location: NSU- Broken Arrow campus, BALA Room 220
Instructor: Prentice Robinson
Fee: $50

Call to register 918-444-4610

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Call to Register 918-444-4610

For more information, contact:
Northeastern State University
Continuing Education
512 N. Muskogee Ave.
Tahlequah, OK 74464
(918) 444-4610