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Class Offerings

Sponsored by the Office of Alumni Engagement, the Lifelong Learning Program offers people of retirement and semi-retirement age an opportunity to expand knowledge and explore new ideas in an informal, non-competitive environment.

Learning occurs in a pleasant social atmosphere in classes with one’s peers. There are no exams and no grades or credits. There is no previous educational requirement. Select one or more of the courses offered, and engage in that ongoing work of learning.

Lifelong Learning courses are often held in various areas of campus. Maps and directions to campus are available, and when you arrive on campus look for the map kiosks located at the various entryways to campus and pick up a printed map.

Registration and Fees

You may register online for classes, download and print and fill out the registration form, or call the Lifelong Learning Office at 615.966.5733 or toll free at 800.333.4358, x. 5733, to receive a registration form. (The downloadable registration form requires the use of the free app Acrobat Reader.)

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.


Register online or print out a PDF and send it to us. 

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