The Forever Learning Institute is a place where seniors age 50 or older come to enhance and share their knowledge by participating in classes on various topics. The classes are 8-10 weeks long and are taught by volunteer subject matter experts. There are over 70 classes offered each semester, in the fall and spring of each year.
The Forever Learning Institute strives to improve the quality and dignity of senior adult life through continuing intellectual challenge, spiritual reflection, and social interaction.
The Institute is sponsored by corporate and community partners including financial support from but not exclusive to the University of Notre Dame, the Sylvester and Tessie Kaminski Foundation, Wells Fargo Bank Foundation of Florence V. Carroll Charitable Trust.
Students age fifty and over are admitted without regard to any race, color, religion, or national and ethnic origin.