The Institute for LifeLong Learning for
Spring semester starts on March10 and runs through May 23.
registration is now closed, but the following offerings are available on a walk-inbasis.
Courses: C01 through C9; C11,
C12, C13; C16 through C20.
Field Trips: FT01 & FT04
below for instructions on how to register as a walk-in.
The Spring 2014
catalog is available on line as a downloadable pdf. Click on the Spr 2014 Catalog button and follow the instructions.
Correction: The starting date
for C02 Views & Analysis from
inside the N.M. State Senateis
incorrect in the catalog. The correct
dates are: March 11 March 18.
Note: Course C14 has been cancelled.
individual offerings are also available: Click on the
Courses or Field Trips button and select the desired offering description from the
To register as a walk-in, download and complete a registration
form and bring it to the first day of class along with the registration fee (check or exact change only, please!) To download the form, click on the Registrationbutton, and then on Registration
Formon the pull-down menu and follow the
Our member-driven, volunteer-run structure enables us to
keep quality high and fees low. For 2013, for the
first time in over five years, we have reluctantly raised our fees to $7 a session and $10 for field trips to meet rising costs as we strive to maintain our unique
identity among local adult education opportunities, including: academic-style courses limited to 30 or fewer students
to encourage discussion and questions; classes of up to five two-hour sessions
to allow for meaningful exchanges with the instructors; and no membership or
Since 1990, LifeLong Learning
(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. All our offerings are taught by experts; many are retired
professors and professionals. Our member-driven,
volunteer-run structure enables us to keep quality high and fees low. Unless
otherwise noted in the descriptions, classes are limited to 28 participants to
encourage discussion and questions. Some lecture sessions may somewhat exceed that number.