Lifelong Learning Academy Announces Winter 2015 Semester January 12-March 6, 2015§ Registration is now; The winter semester runs January 12 through March 6 and offers more than 90 courses in a variety of subjects, including literature, the arts, history, current affairs, science, psychology, health and wellbeing, technology, and languages

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Lifelong Learning Academy Announces

Winter 2015 Semester

January 12-March 6, 2015§ Registration is now!

The winter semester runs January 12 through March 6 and offers more than 90 courses in a variety of subjects, including literature, the arts, history, current affairs, science, psychology, health and wellbeing, technology, and languages.

NEW!

Classes begin at State College of Florida in Lakewood Ranch on January 12

 

(Sarasota-Manatee, Florida) “An Insider’s View of the Arts in Sarasota,” Eat, Love, Pray the Jewish Way,” “Buddha Heart, Buddha Mind,” “A Guide to Evolution,” “A Walking Tour Through Paris,” and “History of the Mystery.” This is only a sampling of the 90+ in-depth courses offered this winter by the Lifelong Learning Academy (LLA), January 12-March 6. Courses are primarily offered on the campus of the University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee (USFSM). Classes are also offered at Kobernick Anchin Benderson in Sarasota, and Westminster Towers & Shores in Bradenton, and State College of Florida in Lakewood Ranch. Classes range from two to eight sessions to accommodate those who travel. Course costs range from $30 to $75. Registration begins on December 8. To register or learn more about fall semester courses, visit www.lla-sm.org. For more information about the Lifelong Learning Academy, call 941-359-4296.

Janna Overstreet is Lifelong Learning Academy’s executive director. Education that lasts a lifetime is both her passion and profession. “Our academy sets the standard other educational organizations follow,” she says, adding that organization served nearly 3,000 students who registered for almost 8,000 educational opportunities in the past year.

Overstreet says that she’s thrilled to announce a new partnership with State College of Florida at Lakewood Ranch, where beginning January 12, the Academy will have a home on the east campus with office and classroom space. “In addition, our alliance with SCF includes cooperative programming with their educational services division, free no-permit-required parking, and discounts at the campus café. We appreciate the opportunity that SCF has extended to us and we look forward to building on this educational partnership as both SCF and the Academy continue to grow,” she says.

Lifelong Learning Academy offers four course terms per year on the USFSM campus, at 8350 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. Most courses last six to eight weeks and classes meet for one hour and 20 minutes each week. For more information about the Lifelong Learning Academy, call 941-359-4296 or visit www.lla-sm.org.

 

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