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Keep Your Education Going

After years spent establishing your careers, raising your families and maintaining your commitments, now is your time to re-engage with those interests and learning opportunities you once set aside. Reinvigorate your youthful aspirations and energy for learning with classes and a social network in your community offered through ASU’s Lifelong Learning programs.

The learning opportunities range from classes to lectures to field trips, and are typically offered September through December and January through April. Currently, more than 1,000 students take part in over 200 wide-ranging and topical programs through ASU Lifelong Learning.

ASU Lifelong Learning courses are taught by ASU faculty, emeritus faculty and talented community instructors who bring a lifetime’s worth of experience and knowledge to the classroom.

Plus, these university-quality educational experiences come to you; they are offered conveniently right in your own neighborhood. And the best news…there are no tests, no grades. Just learning and making new friends that will build a community connection that will really keep you going!

Building Healthy Communities

Lifelong Learning and The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at ASU originated in the ASU College of Human Services. The College is focused on “Building Healthy Communities” and improving quality of life through teaching, research, community partnerships, and by preparing top-notch graduates entering the human services workforce. Working with multi-generational and adult communities, ASU’s Lifelong Learning programs provide university-quality offerings for learners across the lifespan.

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