Division of Professional and Continuing Studies View our location on the UAH map. The University of Alabama in Huntsville Wilson Hall, Room 103 Huntsville, AL 35899-0650 Information: 256.824.6013 Registration: 256.824.6010 or 800.448.4031 8:15am - 5:00pm, Monday - Friday New PCS Office Hours for Summer 2015 During the summer of 2015 (June 5th – July 31st), UAH will be open Monday through Thursday from 8:15 am to 5:00 pm and closed on Fridays. Director and Staff Professional and Continuing StudiesDr. Karen Mack Clanton, Director 256.824.6013 PCS Registration & Business Services Kathy Hosch, Sr. Associate Director 256.824.6010/800.448.4031 Professional DevelopmentLane Fabby, Director 256.824.4430Christina Holmes, Associate Director 256.824.6015 Corporate Training Jo Ann N. Jones, Director 256.824.6372 Marketing & Media ServicesAmber Capello, Marketing Manager 256.824.4238 Distance Learning Services Terrie Pierce, Assistant Director of Distance Learning 256.824.6940 Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Maxine Doherty, Program Manager 256.824.6183 Health and Physical Education Spragins Hall 108 David Kyle, Sr. Associate Director 256.824.6007 Our Mission The Division of Professional and Continuing Studies at The University of Alabama in Huntsville is committed to meeting the diverse needs of organizations, agencies, and individuals through selected credit and non-credit programs which are timely, relevant, and in accordance with the strategic directions of the University. The Division of Professional and Continuing Studies provides access to quality education and training for individuals; partners with businesses and government for workforce development; public awareness of the instructional and research strengths of the University; promotes lifelong learning fostering continued growth, human fulfillment, and positive social change; and supports economic development throughout North Alabama. Commitments Responsive Educational Programming: Identify and develop timely and innovative programs and services, utilizing expertise both internal to the University and globally, to respond to the changing needs of the customer. Economic Development: Develop partnerships with community and professional organizations to identify and deliver education to meet the needs of targeted constituencies and encourage economic growth. Lifelong Learning: Encourage and facilitate the continued development of the educated person, dedicated to the belief that lifelong learning contributes to human fulfillment and positive social change. Internal Relations: Initiate, encourage, and participate in collaborative efforts across the University. Dynamic Delivery Systems: Identify and implement the most efficient systems and technology to expand access and effectively serve our internal and external customers.