Looking for German Classes in Medford, OR?

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Available options in Medford:

Unfortunately there aren’t many local options to learn German here that I am aware of. That means no local german classes, private lessons, or clubs. 😔

The one exception is Southern Oregon University offers German if you are looking to get a degree (more info below).

German language classes:

None

German schools: 

There’s no German school in Medford. But, if you’re looking to get a degree in German, there are several options to learn German through Southern Oregon University in Ashland. They also partner with a German university so that you have an opportunity to study abroad.

Southern Oregon University.
Phone: (541) 552-7672
Address: 1250 Siskiyou Blvd, Ashland, OR 97520

Private German lessons: 

Sadly, I can’t find anyone teaching privately in the Medford area.

German Clubs:

Southern Oregon University does have an internal German club for students but is not open to the public. 

Contact the faculty advisor, Maggie Gemmell at gemmellm@sou.edu for more information.

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