Casa Continuing Education Programs

Continuing and innovative Education is proud to collaborate with Casa Herrera to offer progressive educational programs in a culturally rich setting. Continuing and Innovative Education (CIE) has a 100-year history of extending the resources of The University of Texas at Austin to anyone with a desire to learn. CIE provides a wide range of credit and noncredit courses, services and programs that encompass K-16 academics, online college and professional development courses, professional certificate programs and personal enrichment opportunities.

Programs in the planning stages include:

  • Project Management Training for Archaeologists and NGOs
  • High School Programs and partnerships with local schools
  • A variety of symposia, seminars and educational tourism opportunities


Disclaimer for Casa Herrera Program

As a condition of Participant's involvement with or participation in the program activities, the Participant will release, waive, discharge, and agree to hold harmless the University of Texas at Austin from all liability arising out of or in connection with Participant's involvement with and/or participation in the program activities at Casa Herrera.

Participants of all Casa Herrera programs must acknowledge that the country/countries in which the Casa Herrera program activities may take place in whole or in part, or any other country through which the Participant may travel when involved with and/or participating in the program activities, or while in route to or from the program activities, may have health and safety standards substantially below those enjoyed in the United States. Participant must further acknowledge the inherent hazardous and dangerous nature of the program activities as well as the above-referenced risks of participating in the program activities or in traveling to, through or from the country/countries in which the program activities will take place, and must agree to assume all risk of illness, injury, or death from Participant's travel to or from the program activities and participation therein.

No University of Texas at Austin student, faculty, or staff can be required to travel to a Restricted Region. Any participation in travel to a Restricted Region is strictly voluntary, and the participant assumes full responsibility for all risks associated with this travel.