The Center for Lifelong Learning offers non-credit programming that is designed especially for those who are at least 50 years of age and/or retired. The Center provides half-day, full-day and multiple-day programs and trips on a variety of topics and interests.
Each semester, The Center for Lifelong Learning plans two major activities: an all-day seminar on a current topic and a travel-study experience. The longer travel-study, spring semester, has taken Lifelong Learners to most major cities east of the Mississippi. The fall over-nighter explores sites in Ohio, Indiana, or Michigan.
Both are preceded by a campus class pre-viewing the significance of the destination. The chartered motor coach becomes a traveling classroom. The trips are arranged on a non-profit basis by Louisa Strock, CLL director, and Cecily Rohrs, Certified Tour Professional, both on the NSCC staff.
All events are on a pay-as-you-participate basis. Lifelong Learners have college library access and 350+ receive the CLL newsletter.