Color Tree University and Color Tree Community College

We like to go to college when we are young adults and we like to go to college to study if we haven’t had much education or we would like to learn and grow in a community of other learners. And now we have Wren. And Wren is our peer PhD program that everyone can take in a variety of settings. But some of us are still drawn to colleges and universities. That is good.

Community Colleges and quality high schools are becoming three year programs for adults that like to study a lot of hands on subjects as their Wren. Color Tree Universities are the same way but they are in traditional college campuses for people that like to live where they go to school. This is mostly our young people. We use a hands on approach at these centers of learning.

A hands on learning approach is one where we don’t just sit and contemplate the moon. We also make models of the moon. And we have books about the moon. We like to measure the moon in Earth Science.

Some people haven’t had the education they have needed for their thrive. This is especially true of people who have been considered disabled and people that just haven’t gone that far in school or people with English as a second language. These are our adult learners who feel like they have a lot of catching up to do.

I recommend hands on learning for young college students, too because I think it is more fun and encourages brilliance in architecture and design which we need from our future leaders if we are to renovate our world well and beautifully and with plenty of creativity and grace. There is lots of work to be done now and in the future and our hands can show us the way to move our sacred feet.

Community Colleges and Universities are central places of our thrive. We know the hive does best when we pay attention to education. This is our way. We have to save the eternal day.

An example is as follows:

Subjects we study in hands on learning rooms in both Color Tree University and Color Tree Community Colleges are:

  • Writing/Poetry
  • Science
  • Chemistry
  • Earth Studies
  • Literature
  • Languages
  • Art and Kraft
  • Musica
  • Drama
  • Math
  • Quantum Physics
  • Gaming
  • Home Studies
  • Culture Story
  • Masonry/Carpentry/Men’s Studies
  • Officer Studies
  • Engineering/Sandbox
  • Hand Masonry/Women’s Studies
  • Law
  • Community Studies
  • Flower Studies
  • Green Architecture
  • Calico Design Studies
  • Politica/Stewardship/Being a Mayor
  • Business Studies
  • Nutrition/Cooking
  • Mechanics
  • Life Skills
  • Dance and Movement Studies
  • Farming and Nell Studies
  • Fundamentals
  • Twelve Steps
  • Cultural Economics
  • History
  • Cultural Studies and Men’s and Women’s History
  • Community
  • Writing Therapy
  • Chefista
  • Ale Making, Wine and Coffee
  • The Restaurant and the Festival
  • Women’s Studies
  • Men’s Studies
  • Musical Production
  • Film and Production
  • Photography
  • Environmental Studies
  • Earth Science
  • Law
  • Wellness and Sacred Medicine

Monday through Thursday Schedule for Color Tree University and Color Tree Community College:

  • 9am-9:50am Class
  • 10:10am-11am Class
  • 11:20am-12:10pm Class
  • 1pm-1:50pm Class
  • 2:10pm-3pm Class

Every Friday

  • 9am-11:50am Jewel Team Planning Meeting (for Student Scholars only)

University students with Wren and Green Rose Acadium Curriculums are very capable of designing their own studies. They do this together with their professors in a Jewel Team Planning Meeting. This means we break into groups of Student Scholars. Student Scholars can pick their subject matter choices to design classes around Wren with their professors. Student Scholars are like graduate assistants. They have jobs at the University in the academic departments. They have a Jewel Retreat one month before school begins at the University Monday Through Thursday for three weeks with their professors. You will meet from 9am-1pm. The University is divided into departments based on what the teams decide. The classes get updated every Friday in the Jewel Teams throughout the school year. In this way education at the University is very current and alive. This is the living economy of scholars. And the living economy of scholars is the next generation of leadership. Hooray for the team!!!