The Peer Learning Partnership (PLP) is:
- A community of peers organized to develop opportunities for intellectual development, cultural stimulation, personal growth and social interaction in an academic setting.
- Members manage the program and volunteer their time, skills, and talents to gain and share knowledge of subjects that may not be conveniently available in academic or social institutions.
- Using a seminar or workshop format for learning, the PLP provides an interactive setting in which members can volunteer as facilitators. There are no academic requirements for membership and anyone 16 or older is welcome.
Click on this link to join the Peer Learning Partnership before registering for the PLP classes. The link takes you to a page that looks like you are registering for a class, this is how you pay your membership fee.
Once you've completed this step, join us for our spring selections, including:
Spring Classes-Registration is now open!
PRC 328 History of Early Christianity 2: 476-1400 C.E.
PRC 329 Oscar Wilde: Die Laughing
PLC 350 Geological Evolution of North America
PLC 382 Even Deadlier-The Seven Deadly Sins
PLC 384 Genealogy: Beyond the Names and Dates
PRC 301 The Mystery of Music
PRC 331 Plato: Five Easy Pieces NEW
PRC 332 Musical Forms and Genres: A Smorgasbord NEW
PRC 333 An Introduction to the World War ll: Part 1 NEW
PRC 334 Great Conversations 3 - Part 4 NEW
PRC 335 Humor, Laughter and Health NEW
PLP 394 The Constitution as Interpreted by Supreme Court Decisions
PRC 336 American Revolutionary War in the South NEW
PLC 375 The Seven Deadly Sins: Books
PLC 393 Early Christianity: Part 1
PLP 372 Sherlock Holmes: Fiction/Real
PRC 309 The Age of Benjamin Franklin
PRC 318 Swift: Gulliver's Travels
PRC 319 Boom Bust: Lesson Learned/Not
PRC 320 Evolution of the Mind
PRC 321 Great Conversations 3 Part 1
PRC 322 The Story of the Piano
PRC 323 Winter Stories: Alice Munro P2
PRC 324 Homer's Iliad
PRC 325 Queen Victoria's Little Wars
PRC 326 I Can't Draw I'd Like to Learn
PRC 327 Africa Emergent-Path Independence