Senior enrichment starts with curiosity and ends in lifelong friendships.

Designed for the retired and semi-retired, The Knowledge Exchange is a lifelong learning program that meets on Fridays for eight-week sessions in fall, winter and spring. Full-length courses, workshops and "Lunch and Learn" presentations as offered. 

Courses are non-credit and led by a team of dedicated volunteers made up of GSU faculty, alumni and community experts.  A volunteer Advisory Committee made up of Exchange class leaders and participants assist in overseeing the curriculum and sustaining quality programming.  Topics include: History, Law, Liberal Arts, Current Events, Foreign Policy, Music/Film, Philosophy and more with lively discussions. Lunch is a great time to know other Exchange students, continue classroom discussions and share classroom and life experiences.  Participants of The Knowledge Exchange enjoy a relaxed and friendly environment on the GSU campus and have formed a community of shared learning, social interaction and the free exchange of opinions and ideas. 

The fall 2020 session will be taking place virtually via Zoom.

Reduced Tuition for Virtual Classroom

$55 for the first class

$20 for any additional class 



Registration is now open for the following virtual courses:

Cinema Studies: Festival Shorts (the power of short film II)

The Supreme Court: Prequel and Season 231

Foreign Policy Association's Great Decisions 2020

Saints in Medieval Islamicate Literature

To join or find out more information, please contact Suzanne Patterson 

Lunch and Learn programming is in development for future 2021 sessions. 


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