Lifelong Learning Institute

The NIU Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI), established in 2000, is a member-directed group of individuals primarily age 50+ who enjoy learning in informal, flexible, non-competitive groups and like connecting with peers who share their interests. No grades, no tests – just learning for the fun of it.

Our LLI is open to everyone, whatever your level of education or background. All you need is a sense of curiosity and a love of learning. Volunteers lead classes during each term and may be members or non-members.

  • Members enjoy learning, sharing experiences and making new friends in LLI’s wide variety of study groups. Typical topic areas including history, music, science, politics, movies, travel and more.
  • Each semester fee entitles you to attend as many study groups as you wish during the term; it’s an all-you-can-learn buffet.

Spring 2022 Classes

The spring 2022 term will run from March 22 through May 12, 2022. After much discussion and an evaluation, LLI will be offered in person for the Spring 2022 term. LLI will be following NIU's safety protocols and guidelines. For more information, visit the NIU Protecting the Pack web page.

Courses will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings and afternoons for 8 weeks. Participants will receive email communications about courses and locations each week.

Parking is available for LLI attendees for $2.00 per day with in/out privileges. Attendees should tell the parking attendant they are attending an LLI course and secure a receipt. Attendees will then need to produce the receipt upon request to leave and return to the lot at no additional cost.

Tuesdays, March 22 to May 10

Wednesdays, March 23 to May 11:

Thursdays, March 24 to April 14:

Thursdays, April 21 to May 12:

Pricing

Attendance at any or all LLI programs this season is $85.00 per person.

Registration

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Upcoming Events

Contact Us

Lifelong Learning Institute
307 Lowden Hall
DeKalb, IL 60115
LLI@niu.edu

Lifelong Learning Newsletter

Spring 2022 Newsletter

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