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Community Education Courses at the Geneva Campus Center  

Come and visit the high-tech yet historic Geneva Campus Center at 63 Pulteney St. in Geneva. In addition to Community Education events and classes, this Center offers college credit courses in Emergency Medical Services (EMT-Paramedic), Health Care, upper level courses from Cazenovia college and many courses to fulfill your degree at FLCC through Open SUNY.

If you don’t see a community education course of interest listed below contact us to request a topic and stay informed of future offerings.


ATI TEAS TEST - Geneva Campus Fee: $119.00
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1/9/2020 - 1/9/2020 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Sessions: 1 Th

FLCC Geneva Campus, Comp Lab 137, 63 Pulteney Street Geneva, NY 14456

This is the on-line computerized version of the exam. Please arrive thirty minutes before testing begins. Individuals must present a valid state/govt. issued photo ID. No personal electronic items will be allowed into the testing area. Calculators are embedded within the on-line exam. A ten minute break will take place during the testing event.

Beginner I - Conversational Spanish Fee: $140.00
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10/17/2019 - 12/12/2019 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Sessions: 8 Th

FLCC Geneva Campus, Room 144, 63 Pulteney Street Geneva, NY 14456

Have you always wanted to learn to communicate in Spanish? Would speaking Spanish help you in your current or future employment? Now is your chance!

This course is designed for those who do not have any background in Spanish.

Beginner II Conversational Spanish Fee: $140.00
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10/22/2019 - 12/17/2019 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Sessions: 8 Tu

FLCC Geneva Campus, Room 144, 63 Pulteney Street Geneva, NY 14456

Are you looking to boost your Conversational Spanish skills? Do you have some understanding of Spanish but are looking to improve?

This course is appropriate for students who have already taken introductory courses in Spanish. Each weekly meeting will discuss short stories, essays, or other reading selections in Spanish. The focus will be reading comprehension, cultural awareness, and speaking/writing in Spanish. Key vocabulary and grammatical structures will be reviewed as needed. Reading materials for each week will be selected from diverse Spanish Speaking countries.