University Learning Community
non-credit courses on the Georgetown University Campus, for persons ‘55
required. Class-size will be limited.
in the South Parking Garage, entered from Canal Road.
For Spring 2016, registration fees were $30 for one
course and $50 for two or more courses.
Dues-paid members (and their spouses) of
the sponsoring organizations: (The Association of Main-Campus Retired Faculty, The DC Alumni
Club, The GU Library Associates) and
also present or past GU Learning Community faculty (and
their spouses), are exempt from fees.
Fess should be paid by check made out to
"Georgetown University" and also clearly marked "GU Learning
Community" (using the line usually designated "For"). Checks
should be mailed to The Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies,
640 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20001.
Courses will be conducted on the Georgetown University Main
Campus, 37th and O Streets, NW, Washington D.C..
of courses are generally posted on this site a few days after New
Year’s Day and Labor Day of each year. Schedules of prior courses may
be consulted by using links given below.
normally opens a few days after Labor Day.
registration generally opens shortly after New Year’s Day. Registration
is open for at least four weeks,
although specific courses
may be filled sooner, or be open longer.
Click here to view a
short video of part of a GU LC lecture given by Professor Emerita Joan Holmer
on October 31, 2008 in a course titled:
to Shakespeare: Textual, Theatrical, and Thematic."
(Viewing the video
requires the "quick time video player".
Click here for a free download of the QTVP
Prior-semester GU LC course programs:
Spring 2016, Fall
2015, Spring 2015, Fall 2014, Spring
2014, Fall 2013, Spring
2013, Fall 2012, Spring 2012, Fall
2011, Spring 2011, Fall 2010, Spring
2010, Fall 2009, Spring 2009, Fall
2008, Spring 2008, Fall
2007, Fall 2006, Fall 2005 and Spring 2006
expressed by GULC instructors are their own and do not necessarily reflect
opinions of Georgetown University, the Association of Main-Campus Retired
Faculty, the DC Alumni Club, the Library Associates, or the School for