Other Continuing Education Opportunities

The Office of Human Resources funds a variety of non-credit, continuing education programs on campus which are marketed by the school/department which offers them.

Benefit's eligible employees who work 1000+ hours a year may, upon hire and with their supervisors’ approval, enroll in non-credit continuing education courses offered on a space-available basis. They must register through the program office which sponsors the session, and also complete a continuing education form prior to the beginning of each course. A detailed summary of this employee benefit is available for exempt and non-exempt employees and faculty members and is available in the employee handbook.

For more information regarding individual offerings, please contact the sponsoring department or school. They include:

Center for Leadership - NEW! The Office of Human Resources has partnered with the Center for Leadership to make the registration process simpler for UD employees to attend Professional Development Programs.  Instead of completing the paper HR General Form for Professional Development Programs offered by the Center for Leadership, UD employees will now register on the Center for Leadership’s website.  Applicants for Professional Development Programs can go to the Center for Leadership's website, click on Professionals in the top navigation and then click on UD Employee Registration Link in the left hand navigation. Applicants can also use the direct link: Center for Leadership Professional Development Programs. For questions, please contact Kelly Schellhouse at 229-4895 or kschellhouse1@udayton.edu

For Emerging Leader and Supervisory Leadership Cohort Programs for UD employees, please continue to fill out the appropriate paper application and return to the Office of Human Resources, St. Mary’s Hall, +1649.  Online registration will be available for these two programs coming soon!

Continuing Education

Virtual Learning Community for Faith Formation

Intensive English Program (tutoring only)

Credit Courses (Academic)
For information about the for-credit, tuition remission benefit for employees, please refer to the Educational Benefits page. or your employee handbook.

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