2013–14 Board of Directors
Coastal Senior College (CSC) provides intellectual stimulation and good company through classes and special events for seniors in the Midcoast. Volunteer-driven and managed, CSC is part of Maine's growing Maine Senior College Network affiliated with Campuses and Outreach Centers of the University of Maine System.
Highly knowledgeable instructors lead classes that typically meet for two hours during the week, usually for a full eight-week semester, which should allow you to fit at least one class into your schedule. There are no grades, exams, or term papers required!
Special events, forums, lectures, and field trips are also offered to CSC members throughout the year, often noted in one of our e-Newsletters. Additional benefits of CSC membership include the opportunity to join the governing board, the operating committees, and volunteer opportunities such as planning special events, assisting instructors, and helping with office tasks.
Senior College is open to all seniors 50 years of age or more, and to their spouses or partners, who value education and have inquiring minds.
Coastal Senior College is located at 91 Camden Street, Suite 402 in Rockland, Maine. CSC can be found on the fourth floor of the Breakwater Building in Rockland at the home of University College facilities at Rockland (URock). Click here to get directions.
A CSC Special
April 16, 2014
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The annual CSC Luncheon at Samoset Resort in Rockland is a not -to-miss event.. This year, our speaker is Marnie Sinclair, whose exhibit, "Making Sense of Climate Change Through Art," was shown at Skidompha this past January. We can look forward to another educational and entertaining speaker, not to mention a tasty lunch a chance to socialize, and to recognize our wonderful volunteers.
From the archives. On the Rocks! Coastal Senior College offered a lighthouse field-trip course during the Spring 2009 term under the direction of Marty Welt. More than 26 members and friends joined the final class on a picture perfect day for the boat trip from Boothbay Harbor to historic Burnt Island. Photo by Les Frederick.