Fall Registration for LLI at IU

LLI at IU history class

LLI at IU history class

After a successful inaugural year, the LifeLong Learning Institute at Immaculata University (LLI at IU) is accepting new members and beginning registration for the fall semester. An information session will be held on Thursday, August 24, at 3 p.m. in Loyola Hall, room 123. LLI classes begin Monday, September 11.

LLI at IU provides for the cultural and educational needs of the 50+ community throughout the region. In addition to course offerings, participants can attend special lectures, workshops, and seminars. Provided with a broad-range of non-credit courses, students can choose from art, film, personal finance, literature, and history topics. Classes are available during the fall, spring, and summer semesters and run from five to 10 weeks in duration. Most of the instructors are volunteer members who also participate in the enrichment classes. During the 2016-2017 academic year, 500 members enrolled in 189 courses offered by LLI at IU.

“With the phenomenal first-year success of LLI at IU, I am excited to begin the fall semester,” states Amanda Atkins, assistant director for LLI. “With the dedicated staff at IU and the members of LLI, I anticipate further growth of and interest in LLI at IU.”

For more information on the LifeLong Learning Institute, visit the website at http://www.immaculata.edu/cll/lifelong, or call 484-323-3238.

About Immaculata University
Located on the Main Line in scenic Chester County, 20 miles west of Philadelphia, Immaculata University is a Catholic comprehensive, coeducational institution of higher learning. On November 12, 1920, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania granted a college charter at the request of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (IHM) thus making Immaculata the first Catholic women’s college in the region. The IHM Sisters’ mission of educating women for more than 165 years has produced approximately 22,000 alumni worldwide and currently has nearly 3,000 students enrolled in 53 undergraduate majors, seven master’s degree programs, three doctoral degree programs, and over 40 additional professional endorsement, certificate and certification programs. Immaculata University contributes to the development of the whole person of any faith, fostering a commitment to truth, service, justice, and peace.

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