LearningLife offers a wide-ranging, innovative portfolio of high-quality noncredit offerings for those who seek learning experiences that are academically rigorous, intellectually challenging, and both personally and professionally enriching.

Taught by University faculty, and scholars and professionals from the community, LearningLife’s roster of short courses, seminars, and one-day immersions are an invitation to take part in rich, meaningful experiences that highlight the knowledge resources of the University within a community of engaged and active learners.


Join us July 12 for Nocturne: A Summer Evening with Chopin when Daniel Freeman will play the music of Frédéric Chopin on a Steinway grand piano, as he relates the story of the man and his work.

Narrative Health

Join us July 20 for Narrative Health: Exploring Illness Through Writing and Literature to explore how health and illness are defined in literature, touching on themes of disability, culture, and bias in health care.