About Us

Huntsville/Madison County Senior Center's
Computer Learning Center (CLC)


Mission Statement:

To provide understanding of and access to Computer Technologies
to allow seniors to share their knowledge and wisdom with others.



What are we?

A facility for the promotion of personal computer understanding among senior adults of the community. We are known simply as The Computer Learning Center (CLC).

The only requirement for participation is a desire to enhance your computing skills.

 Who are we?

The CLC is operated by volunteers. They are dedicated, retired professionals from the community who gain satisfaction from helping others.



Priority is given to persons who are at least 60 years of age.  Persons under 60 years of age may take classes if there is a vacancy in the class and if there are no seniors on the waiting list. 

Course Details

The computer classes are taught in 4 week long terms with classes on Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday at 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM and 12:00 noon to 2:00 PM in one of the 2 computer laboratories. We have 8 terms per year.

Each 16 hour course has a $40 enrollment fee (tuition) which includes a course CD or web site provided material for practice.


The Learning Process 

Source: National Training Laboratory, Bethel, Me


Contact Us

Mailing Address:
Huntsville-Madison County Senior Center
Attn.: Computer Learning Center
2200 Drake Avenue SW
Huntsville. AL 35805

Ken Magnant and Harold Wright

Note: The office is staffed by volunteers. Please leave a message if no one is there. We will return your call.


You may also contact:

Kathryn Kestner, Special Programs Director


 E-mail: kkestner@seniorview.com



Updated April, 2017