Lifelong Learning at Wofford opens Wofford’s mission of providing superior liberal arts education to the greater community. A commitment to lifelong learning is an important part of that mission. Members of Lifelong Learning at Wofford may participate in a variety of eight-week, interactive courses and one-time workshops, lectures or events. Courses cover a wide range of topics, including history, religion, science, cooking, literature, writing, pop culture, physical fitness and current events.
In addition, Lifelong Learners may attend events at Wofford College, spend time in Wofford’s Sandor Teszler Library, eat in the dining areas and enjoy exclusive events and travel opportunities. Each member will also be given one voucher to bring a non-member to one class session.
A yearly membership is $50 per person. Individual courses typically cost $40 each, and some need-based class scholarships are available. Events, workshops and lectures vary in cost.
Classes are held on Wofford’s campus and in the Education Building at Central United Methodist Church in downtown Spartanburg.
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