Welcome to Fall 2014 at the Meeman Center This semester we are excited to celebrate 70 years of lifelong learning at Rhodes College. The Adult Education Center, under the direction of John Osman, began in 1944 when Rhodes was known as Southwestern At Memphis. The Center offered traditional curriculum to the community in evening classes and operated from a small shed that has since been demolished.
And look where we are today! The Meeman Center continues to offer quality liberal arts lifelong learning to those in our community. Classes are taught by Rhodes professors and others thought to be experts in their field. It's also a wonderful opportunity to mingle with like-minded individuals from diverse backgrounds. It truly is an enduring experience.
We invite you to join us... you'll be glad you did! SPECIAL OFFER... To commemorate our 70 years celebration, get a tote bag or mug FREE when you register for three or more classes this fall!