Baylor’s Lifelong Learning Fall 2020 online brochure now available
July 30, 2020/
Baylor University’s Lifelong Learning (LLL) has opened online registration for 2020-2021 annual membership and fall courses and events.
A hard copy will arrive in mailboxes in early August, but you don’t have to wait to see LLL’s courses and events or to register yourself online.
Receive a 10% discount on class fees if you register yourself online. Because of Baylor staff members working remotely, mailed in registrations will experience significant delays, and LLL cannot take phone registrations at all at this time.
Please do NOT leave a credit card number on the LLL voicemail.
People who have taken courses within the last three years already have a student profile. Log into that profile to register rather than creating a new one. If you do not know your login credentials, choose “forgot password.” Once logged in, follow these instructions to register.
Click the button below to register for any of the eight engaging courses designed by your Curriculum Committee:
— “People of Interest” Book Review, with Bob Anne Senter;
— Dicey Dames: Women in the Bible, with Rosalie Beck;
— Your Family Tree, with Dr. Judith Staples;
— How to Survive and Thrive Through Transitions in Family and Friends’ Relationships, with Dennis Myers;
— Write Your Memoir, with Dr. Elaine White;
— Voices from WW2: Discovering Combat Veterans’ Untold Stories, with Brad Livingstone;
— Introduction to Reading C.S. Lewis, with Dr. Thomas Hanks; and
— Goal Setting that Brings Results, with Mona Dunkin;
— The Best Monuments of the World with Larry Smith.
Because health and safety are our highest priorities, all LLL programing will take place online this fall using the communication platform Zoom. Save your registration confirmation email, since it will contain your class link.
Participants are encouraged to install the program early and practice with family and friends before the fall semester begins. Three free practice sessions are scheduled so you an experience Zoom before classes start. You can find details on the Courses page.
If you received a credit because of a canceled class or event during spring 2020, that credit will automatically be applied to your account. You should be able to see it when you click “checkout.”