Lipscomb’s Lifelong Learning program's first session of classes officially begins on Feb. 5, running through March 9.
With no previous educational experience required and no grades, exams or credits offered, the program helps enable growth as well as enrich the lives of adults who have a passion for learning.
The cost is $80 per person for each class or $120 to enroll in two or more classes in one session. Some courses may require the purchase of a textbook. All suggested and required textbooks may be purchased in the university bookstore or at registration.
Registration is now open, however, space is limited. Lifelong Learning classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Register here.
For more information on the Lifelong Learning program or spring class offerings, contact Laura Tywater at 615.966.5733 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
First session courses:
The spring program will also include two special opportunities including “As the Page Turns” Book Club and a lunch-and-learn “Let’s Paint This Town” Art Class, as well as a Lifelong Learning on the Move trip: In the Footsteps of Lewis and Tolkien: A Tour of Ireland & England, May 9-12. Sponsored by the Office of Alumni Relations, Lipscomb provides two five-week sessions each in both the fall and the spring. Classes typically meet for 90 minutes in the daytime once a week for five weeks.