Lifelong Learning

Lifelong Learning at Terra State gives you the opportunity to embrace your love of learning, no matter your age!

What is Lifelong Learning?

Lifelong Learning classes are taken as non-credit, meaning you take them at Terra State but don't earn official college credit for them. Instead, they offer you a chance to try new things, learn more about your hobbies and meet new people. Instructors and classes vary each season, so there is always something new.

With over 100 classes and activities scheduled each semester, we are sure you can find something that interests you. From art to history or fitness to music, we schedule a wide variety of classes that are geared toward lifelong learners like you.

Age-specific Programs

Older adults in a class through Life Scholars

Life Scholars

Over 50 and love learning? We've got the solution! From in-depth history classes to fun social events, joining Life Scholars keeps you active, both physically and mentally.
Kids in an artclass

KidsCollege

Explore, discover and create at KidsCollege, geared towards students going into 1st through 8th grade. Have fun while learning for a week in the summer!
Titans Kids Club

Titan Kids Club

Do you're 1st through 8th grade kids want to take fun classes once every other week on a college campus? Then Titan Kids Club is for you!

Do you still offer music lessons?

Lessons are offered through the Music Academy, ran through our Liberal Arts & Business Division office.

Visit the Terra State Music Academy page for more information

What if I'd like to recommend a class or teach a class?

We are always looking for new ideas and instructors! Send us an email at learn@terra.edu for information on both.

Lifelong Learning Registration

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