Learn with SU
A lifelong learning program by Salisbury University
Get together with members and prospective members, learn about ALL, meet the course leaders, and hear brief descriptions of upcoming courses. At the Open House, you may also join ALL and register for courses.
Thursday, August 22, 2013 from 2-4 p.m.
MAC Center, 909 Progress Circle (behind the Holly Center on Snow Hill Road).
If you plan to attend, please let ALL know by indicating on the registration form, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling 410-422-2041.
Presenting a Class?
NEW this year... the Association for Lifelong Learning (ALL) is a nonprofit volunteer organization of individuals age 50+ whose purpose is to provide people of retirement age with opportunities for intellectual and cultural exploration through member-led courses. With planning underway since 2011, ALL is beginning its operations by enrolling members and offering a pilot program of courses in Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 with the support of Salisbury University.
- Membership is open to anyone over age 50 for a $30 per semester membership fee
- See current offerings for course program.
Courses offered by ALL require advance registration and payment of the $30 ALL membership fee. For more information or to
register for an upcoming class just call the office or send an
email, please include your name, contact number with the class
title, date and location.
To join the Association for Lifelong Learning for the fall semester and register for courses, complete the membership/registration form in this catalog. Mail the form, with your $30.00 spring membership dues, to Association for Lifelong Learning, P.O. Box 342, Salisbury, MD 21803. Or you may join ALL and register for courses in person at the Open House on Thursday, August 22. Additional membership/registration forms are available on ALL’s website,
lifelonglearning.org or by emailing
Registration deadline: August 30, 2013 - ALL must receive your completed membership/registration form and membership dues by Friday, August 30, 2013 for you to attend courses. ALL cannot accept late registrations or course walk-ins.
“… Believing that learning and service are vital components
of civic life, Salisbury University actively contributes to the
local Eastern Shore community and the educational, economic,
cultural, and social needs of our State and nation.”
As a movement to accentuate part of the University’s mission,
Lifelong Learning will promote and offer stimulating educational
sessions to individuals 50+ years of age on campus as well as
residents living on and near the Maryland and Delaware beaches.
Thank you for your interest in our lifelong learning program.
We are here to serve you and if you have questions or need more
information, please contact us at 410-677-5416.