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 2021 session will be taking place during September 17 – November 5 and will be in-person on campus with some classes virtually via Zoom.
On campus Course Fees:
$73.00 per 8-week class
$28.00 per additional 8-week class
Reduced Class Fee for Virtual Classroom:
$55 per 8-week class
VIEW UPCOMING COURSES
Registration for the fall 2021 session will open on Tuesday, August 17.
Upcoming Courses On Campus:
- TOPICS IN COLONIAL HISTORY
- CINEMA STUDIES: COMING OF AGE, 21ST CENTURY YOUTH
- THE POETRY OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR
- SUPREME COURT DECISIONS
- TEACHING YOUNGER GENERATIONS ABOUT THE HOLOCAUST
Upcoming courses virtually via Zoom
- ART: BIG IDEAS SIMPLY EXPLAINED/Part III
To join or find out more information, please contact Suzanne Patterson
Lunch and Learn programming is in development for future 2022 sessions.