The Association offers a series of non-credit mini-classes, usually six per semester, for individuals 55 or better. The courses are taught, on a volunteer basis, by retired faculty and others on a variety of topics, such as politics, art, literature, and science, that engage the community in the intellectual life of the University.
The registration fee per course is $30 or $50 for multiple courses. Pre-registration is required. Classes are held on campus and parking ($4/hour) is available in the South Parking Garage, entrance from Canal Road.
The registration fee is waived for:
- Paid up members of the Association of Main Campus Retired Faculty and their spouses (for membership dues, please contact the Association Treasurer, Joe Pettit, at firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Members of the Library Associates
- The Georgetown Club of Metropolitan Washington, D.C.
- Past & present Instructors and spouses of the Learning Community Program
Information about courses for Fall, 2017 will be forthcoming during late Summer, 2017.