Lifelong Learning

Lifelong Learning

Lifelong Learning offers both in-person and on-line course.

We are delighted to have presented  three on-line courses during Summer 2021 term and were able to “travel”  and spend the Summer Italy. This past Fall we be presented 3 equally engaging courses!  Spring 2022 courses were offered a variety of topics from History, Law and the Sciences. We were thrilled to see so many familiar and new faces in our classrooms.  Summer 2022 is just around the corner with registration scheduled to open in May.  Be sure to check them out .  Be sure to check them out!

Courses will be conducted in person at the Brookstown Inn Campus or on Zoom.  See description for class presentation method.

We appreciate your loyalty and enthusiasm for this program. See you in the class room!

About Lifelong Learning

The Lifelong Learning program offers short personal enrichment courses taught by Wake Forest University faculty and community experts. Courses are non-credit and open to adult learners regardless of age or prior education. Courses are offered in both daytime and evening at the Brookstown campus unless otherwise noted.

Updates From the Program Director

Watch here for information and updates on current course offerings and program news.


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And just like that, with a wonderful book discussion on Zoom today, the MUSEws Community Read of Phoebe Zerwick’s “Beyond Innocence: The Life Sentence of Darryl Hunt” draws to a close! 150 books distributed, 4 great events, 2 additional small group book discussions (including today’s). We think we speak for everyone on today’s Zoom that the book is essential reading—the story of Darryl Hunt’s false conviction, exoneration, and fight for justice (for himself and others), and his eventual death under the weight of what happened to him, is a touchstone for our community’s effort to understand its history and the challenges ahead. Thanks to all of our great collaborators– Wake Forest University Humanities Institute, Wake Forest University History Department, Forsyth County Public Library, Bookmarks, a/perture cinema and all of our panelists. And thanks to all who participated! See MoreSee Less

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If you have questions about the Lifelong Learning program, please contact us so we can help you!

Lifelong Learning
Wake Forest University
P.O. Box 6103
Winston-Salem, NC 27109