University Learning Community
Short non-credit courses
on the Georgetown University Campus, for persons ‘55 or better.’
Preregistration is required. Class-size will be
Parking ($3/hour) in the South Parking Garage, entered
from Canal Road.
Registration fees are $30 for one
course, $50 for two or more courses.
(and their spouses) of
The Association of Main-Campus
The DC Alumni Club, The GU Library Associates, and present or past GU Learning Community faculty, are exempt from fees.
For registration, scroll to the bottom of this page.
Classes will be held on the University Main Campus.
For a map of entrances to buildings used, click here.
After each course, please complete
form for that course.
on Spring 2015 courses,
Registration for Spring 2015 is now closed
Registrations for the Spring 2015 Georgetown
University Learning Community were accepted from January 3, 2015 to February
Seventy-five participants registered for more
than one hundred and seventy-five places in six courses.
Please check this website during September, 2015
Fall, 2015 GU LC course-offerings.
Thank you for your interest in this program.
access the registration form, please click here.
After the last session
of each course,
please complete a course-evaluation
for that course.
Fall registration opens two days after Labor
Spring registration opens two days after New
Registration is open for about four weeks,
although specific courses may be filled sooner, or be open longer.
If you have questions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
or telephone The Center for Continuing and Professional
Education (CCPE) at 202-687-7000.
Click here to view a short video of part of a lecture given
by Professor Emerita Joan Holmer on October 31, 2008 in a GU LC course:
to Shakespeare: Textual, Theatrical, and Thematic."
the video requires the "quick time video player".
a free download of the QTVP program.)
Prior-semester GU LC
Fall 2014, Spring 2014, Fall 2013,
Spring 2013, Fall 2012,
Spring 2012, Fall 2011,
Spring 2011, Fall 2010,
Spring 2010, Fall 2009,
Fall 2008, Spring 2008,
Fall 2007, Spring 2007,
Fall 2005 and
Opinions 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 Continuing and