FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Fairfield University’s Learning for a Lifetime program gives the public a chance to audit undergraduate courses and attend three symposia in the fall.
Learning for a Lifetime is a group of people who are part of the university community. Members are able to audit one or two undergraduate courses each semester, and attend monthly symposia, which include faculty lectures. Professors also lead historically and culturally informative trips and a week of classes each June.
Learning for Lifetime members will have a choice of several courses to audit this fall, depending on the spaces available. Among the courses will be “Ethics of Health Care,” “Fairy Tales,” “Jewish Interpretation of the Scriptures,” “History of American Song,” and “Civil War and Reconstruction.”
When members enroll, they will be given a Fairfield University ID card ad free parking pass. Members will also be able to attend select Quick Center events at a discount, access the Leslie C. Quick Jr. Recreational Complex at a discounted fee, utilize the DiMenna-Nyselius Library, and attend lectures on the campus or at the downtown Fairfield University bookstore every semester.
To see a full list of courses and more information on the program, visit the website at www.fairfield.edu/lifelonglearning.
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