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Lifelong Learning provides classes that enrich your life and expand your skills. Through Kids In College, the Peer Learning Partnership and our schedule of Personal Enrichment programs, we offer classes especially designed for children, older adults and adults of all ages; Whether you want to write your autobiography, learn to paint or get healthy, Lifelong Learning has something for you.


What We Offer

Kids in College

From summer camps to year-round courses, our Kids in College program helps cultivate a passion for learning through fun, experience-based courses open to youth of all ages.

Learn more about Kids in College.

Continuing Education and Personal Enrichment

If you’re passionate about lifelong learning, AACC’s noncredit Personal Enrichment programs are sure to interest you. Explore new hobbies, learn practical skills, sharpen your mind and build friendships with expert instructors and classmates who share your interests – all while having fun!

Learn more about Continuing Education and Personal Enrichment.

Personal Enrichment for Older Adults

In partnership with area senior centers, AACC offers senior adults the opportunity to sharpen their minds and explore new skills and activities while building friendships with peers.

Learn more about Personal Enrichment for Older Adults.

Peer Learning Partnership

Peer Learning Partnership is a community of peers who have a passion for lifelong learning. Members facilitate seminar-style courses designed for intellectual development, cultural stimulation and personal growth.

Learn more about the Peer Learning Partnership.


Staff

Dr. Terry Portis, Director, Lifelong Learning

Linda Barret, Assistant director, Seniors Programs

Maggie Harris, Assistant director Youth Programs

Dawn Schulman, Assistant Director, Adult Programs

Questions?

We’re here to help.

Lifelong Learning,
School of Continuing Education and Workforce Development

Terry Portis, Ed.D., director

410-777-2941

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Cover image of current noncredit schedule.

For noncredit course listings, visit the online course search
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