Making the Most of 2 0 1 1 C a m p u s E d u c a t i o n W e e k
Attend an inspiring Devotional by Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Presidency of the Seventy at 11:10 a.m. Tuesday, August 16, in the Marriott Center (open to the public—see page 23).
Enjoy classes by the Sunday School General Presidency, Russell T. Osguthorpe, David M. McConkie, and Matthew O. Richardson, at 11:10 a.m. Wednesday–Friday, in the Marriott Center (see page 23).
Remember, there are Great Daytime and Evening Classes! Let Education Week Fit Your Schedule—Register for the Week, a Single Day, or for a Morning, Afternoon, or Evening! Come with Friends and Family!
Again in 2011, Marriott Center Only Registration (Tuesday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.– 4:05 p.m.). Great Presenters, Easy Seating, Dining Services on Site, Close to Parking; an Exceptional Value (see pages 50–51).
Youth Classes! Campus Education Week is a great way for youth to end the summer, with 88 great classes designed especially for those ages 14–18 (see pages 42–44).
Select from More Than 1,000 Classes on Hundreds of Topics (see pages 12–45). Enjoy a mix of classes in the areas of education, family and marriage relations, finance, health, religion, self-improvement, and more!
Choose from among 60 New Presenters and 174 Returning Faculty Favorites (see pages 58–61).
Enjoy Special Evening Performances—Three Amazing Performances, Tuesday–Friday (see pages 46–49). Advance ticket sales for the Performances (see page 46).
Conveniently Register by Telephone, Internet, Mail, or in Person (see pages 50–51). Also, Enhanced Shuttle Service from West Stadium Lot (see page 67).
There’s nothing like being on campus for this great event! Whether for the entire week or just a few hours, come and be instructed by excellent faculty, enjoy the atmosphere, and share in all that makes this week a wonderful experience!