Adult Education

General Information


The Center for Urban and Regional Excellence (CURE) at Indiana University Northwest offers a leading Adult Education program that promotes professional development, life-long learning and personal enrichment for residents throughout Northwest Indiana.  Our non-credit programs are strategically focused to prepare individuals for productive employment, help professionals advance their careers, provide employees with work skills development, and assist companies that want to invest in their employees through customized work-related training and certification programs.  In order to accommodate the busy schedules of professionals and individuals, our Adult Education program offers evening and weekend classes on the campus of Indiana University Northwest plus an extensive variety of impactful online courses. 


Information regarding our on-campus and online course is available on the Adult Education pages of our web site, and all course registrations can submitted online through our registration site.  Please note that registrations cannot be accepted in our office, so all course registrations must be submitted via the online site.  The registration site provides detailed information regarding enrollment and payment policies and procedures.  


Information regarding parking will be provided upon receipt of your paid registration, but please note that all vehicles parked on IU Northwest property must properly display an IU Northwest parking permit.   


The Indiana University Credit Union has extended an invitation for membership to students in the adult education program. The credit union offers a full range of financial services: savings/checking accounts, consumer/mortgage loan products, and an ATM on campus. To become a member, you need to make an initial deposit of $25 to a savings account. Call the Credit Union for complete information at 219-980-6850.