Lifelong Learning

With work, family, and chores, who has time for themselves? You do! Lifelong Learning classes are designed with your busy schedule in mind. Registration is open to adults 18 and older regardless of educational background. New classes start weekly throughout the Salt Lake valley.

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Welcome to Lifelong Learning at the University of Utah. Our mission is to provide quality classes that challenge, inform, entertain, and enrich the lives of adults. Program offerings include classes in art, photography, crafts, business, food and wine, home and garden, language, recreation, writing, and more. Classes are programmed to meet the needs of busy adults and most classes are on weekday evenings and weekends with new classes starting every week.

We are committed to providing fun and engaging classes that keep you learning new skills or expanding existing ones as well as providing opportunities for social interaction. If you have ideas for new classes or comments about existing ones, we would like to hear from you. You can reach us at 801-587-5433 or You may also use our online contact form.

Mandy Self
Mandy Self
Mia Vollkomer
Mia Vollkomer
Polly Drolett
Polly Drolett
Operations and Finance Manager

What is Lifelong Learning? Can anyone take your classes? How do I submit an idea for a class? All these and more are answered on our FAQ page »

Many of our classes are held at off-campus locations with entities that we partner with. This page lists all of those partnerships.

Learning the practice of qigong has been very rewarding. It has imbued me with added energy, strength and confidence, as well as increased flexibility and relaxation; it is both meditational and inspirational. I feel energized with increased resilience! — Student in the Qigong Practice class, Spring 2016