College at 60

College at 60, a nationally recognized program, serves as a bridge back into the classroom for persons over 60 years of age who are interested in learning among a community of peers in a relaxed, intellectually stimulating environment.

College at 60 prides itself in offering small classes focused on liberal arts.  Taught by highly experienced faculty who bring a wealth of expertise to the classroom, these courses cover a variety of topics, from creative writing to 20th-century art, world history, music, philosophy, psychology, and theology.

The program welcomes adults from many walks of life. Some are recently retired or work part-time. Others are seeking a community in which to grow, learn, and socialize in a new phase of their lives. What they all have in common is a strong desire to learn. Many of them will tell you the best part of the College at 60 - it offers students the option to take classes at leisure and become fully engaged in a welcoming, academic community.