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No tests, no grades, just enriching the mind at the Center for Lifelong Learning

No tests, no grades, just enriching the mind at the Center for Lifelong Learning
February 23, 2011

Phil Brozynski
(630) 829-6094

LIfelong LearningLisle, Illinois ~ Do you want to broaden your social and educational horizons in the company of other intellectually curious and friendly adults age 55 and older?

The new Center for Lifelong Learning at Benedictine University's Moser College of Adult and Professional Studies provides an opportunity for mature adults who want to be part of a dynamic, intellectual and social community, and who enjoy learning and sharing new ideas in an interactive, congenial atmosphere.

There are no tests, grades or admission requirements in this non-credit program. The three-to-six-week courses, which begin Wednesday, April 13, are highly interactive discussions of intriguing topics led by Benedictine University and Moser College faculty, visiting experts and Center members. Topics will include history, current events, natural and social sciences, technology, politics, and art and music.

The Center for Lifelong Learning is also an active social community. Members help organize classes and social activities, and can contribute their own expertise by leading study groups.

For more information, go to www.ben.edu/lifelonglearning. The Center for Lifelong Learning is located at the Moser Center for Adult and Professional Studies, 1832 Centre Point Circle, Naperville, IL 60563. For more information, call (630) 829-1372 or e-mail snunes@ben.edu.


Benedictine University is an independent Roman Catholic institution located in Lisle, Illinois just 25 miles west of Chicago. Founded in 1887, Benedictine provides 53 undergraduate majors, 13 graduate and four doctorate programs. Benedictine University is ranked as a Top School in the Midwest (11th in Illinois) for Master's Universities, 12th in the Midwest (and sixth in Illinois) for Racial Diversity, and eighth in Illinois for Freshmen Retention for 2011 by U.S. News & World Report.