Lifelong Learning

Lifelong Learning

Important Information regarding Coronavirus

Dear Friends,

In keeping with Wake Forest University’s policy and common sense wisdom, we are cancelling the four Lifelong Learning classes set to begin in March and April. We do this with great regret, but also with hopes that we can find a time in a future term when each of our instructors can offer the planned course to which we’ve all been looking forward.

One class session remains in Professor Gurstelle’s outstanding course on “African Art Worldwide” and we intend to reschedule that one session as soon as it is prudent to do so.

The Lifelong Learning Office has made credit card refunds. For more information about university policy on the virus, please see

We will keep you posted on future classes and events, so please watch for email announcements.

Stay safe and be well, with all best wishes,

Tom Frank
Mimi Komos
April Strader Bullin

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.

Read Updates

Get E-Mail Updates

Contact Us

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