About LLI at Anderson University

Lifelong Learning Institute

Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI) at Anderson University is one of over 400 such programs throughout the United States and Canada which now number approximately 100,000 members.

A local LLI is a member-driven organization which presents non-credit short courses for mature learners who want to improve skills, explore new ideas, and interact with interesting and active people.

  • Mature adults are welcome to join.
  • There are no age or educational requirements.
  • While backgrounds may differ, all our participants share a common desire to meet new people and, most importantly, to continue to learn throughout a lifetime.

Mission

The Lifelong Learning Institute at Anderson University (LLI) is an organization which presents both academic and leisure activities to interest and inform its members. Through opportunities to share learning and to socialize in a school environment without grades or tests. LLI Supports mature learners in their quest for knowledge and seeks programs to interest those in our community.

The LLI Organization

LLI is planned, organized, and governed by a volunteer Board and a Director.

Gifts to Donations

The Lifelong Learning Institute at Anderson University accepts donations throughout the year. To make a donation, you may contact the LLI office (864) 231-5617, the Development office (864) 231-2102, mail a check made out to Anderson University with LLI on the subject line, or visit our course registration page here.

Travel Club

Is travel a learning experience for you?  The Travel Club meets on the first Thursday of the month at 1:00 pm (September – May) at the Anderson County Library.  Club dues are $10.00 per year; new members may join at any time.  If you would like to learn more, contact President Sallie Moreland at 864-224-4810.