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Community Education


Joseph L. Combs

Joseph L. Combs
Dean of Community Education

The Office of Community Education offers noncredit courses for both business and pleasure. Computer training, leadership training and medical courses are among the most popular. The office also develops customized training for area businesses and offers CEU credit for many classes. Courses like motorcycle safety offer personal enrichment opportunities and many classes each year are offered for area preteens and teens. The Office of Community Education also oversee the Institute for Business and Industry and the Greeneville Center for Technology. This office also handles requests to use Walters State facilities on all campuses.

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