A growing number of colleges and universities are sponsoring continuing education programs for retirees in their communities. Representatives from several such programs talk about the classes and opportunities they offer.


  • Don Block Institute for Learning in Retirement at American U.
  • Betty Scott Renaissance Institute at Notre Dame College, Baltimore
  • Steve Benson ElderLearning Institute at the U. of Minnesota Twin Cities Campus
  • Donatta Yates Renaissance Academy at St. Xavier College in Chicago


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