The Institute for LifeLong Learning for New Mexicans

The Institute for LifeLong Learning for New Mexicans


Our Fall semester has ended, but we’re busy putting together an exciting program for Spring 2015, which will run from March 16 to May 22.


Check back here for a sneak preview of our Spring offerings as they’re developed.



Since 1990, The Institute for LifeLong Learning for New Mexicans (LLL) has offered daytime academic-level courses, lectures and field trips that stimulate the intellect and help to expand the knowledge of adults aged 50+ in the Albuquerque area.


Our member-driven, volunteer-run structure enables us to keep quality high and fees low -- $7/session and $10 for field trips with no additional membership or processing fee. We strive to maintain our unique identity among local adult education opportunities, including: academic-style courses of up to five two-hour sessions and limited to 35 or fewer students to allow for meaningful exchanges with the instructors. Most field trips are limited to 20 students.


All our offerings are taught by experts. Our instructors include professors and professionals who are either working in the particular field or retired from it, as well as professionals who have made an intensive study of a particular area as an avocation.


Anyone who enrolls becomes an LLL member for one year. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, ethnicity or sexual preference