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Welcome to the Center for Extended and Lifelong Learning, one of Salisbury University’s newest departments. The Center connects the community and the University in two ways, through professional and leadership development programs and also through an array of enriching lifelong learning programs covering a variety of interests. Our mission is to provide engaging, relevant and academically-based learning opportunities for “students” of all ages. We accomplish this through programs that are hosted on campus, in the Delmarva community as well as the greater mid-Atlantic region. The Center is a first point of contact for individuals who would like to learn about the many Salisbury University lectures, performances, classes and seminars that are open to the public.

We are an evolving department, so please check back often to our website to see what is new at the Center! We are looking for your feedback, so if you have an idea for a course, program or instructor, please let us know. Contact us at

For more information about the program please download the Fall 2016 Center for Extended and Lifelong Learning Brochure.

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Adult Group Piano Lessons
  • Adult Group Piano Lessons
    12 week session
    Beginning Feb. 13 at 4 p.m.
    Fulton Hall Piano Studio

    Have you always love piano music, and wish you could play? Did you take lessons as a child and want to refresh your skills? Do you currently play and want to improve? The Center for Extended & Lifelong Learning is offering group piano lessons for adults. This 12 week course will take place in the piano studio at Salisbury University in Fulton Hall.

    The class is taught by Pianist Alex Cooper, a SU senior pursuing his Bachelor of Arts Degreen in Music. Alex has taught private lessons for six years, including with SU's PRESTO school, serves as the Music Director for First Baptist Church in Princess Anne and performs in the Salisbury and DC Metro regions.

    Class size is limited, so REGISTER today.

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Leadership Development
  • Transformational Community Leadership Series
    Informational Session and Reception
    January 12, 2017
    5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
    University House, 1116 Camden Ave. Salisbury University

    Introducing the Transformational Community Leadership Series, a collaboration between The Greater Salisbury
    Committee and Salisbury University, with endorsement from the Office of the Salisbury Mayor.

    This series begins in March 2017, and is designed to bring to you and your peers next level knowledge about
    the key economic, institutional, and governmental entities that drive the Salisbury/Wicomico area.

    Please register for the series soon, as space is limited.

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Course Presenters Wanted!
  • Lighthouse Literary Guild
    for working and aspiring writers

    We're excited to announce the formation of the Lighthouse Literacy Guild, a resource for working and aspiring writers! We are currently searching for qualified presenters and would love to discuss your ideas! Contact us at or call 410-543-6090 for more information. Watch for upcoming course offerings, writers workshops and more!

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