The Community University at West Liberty offers stimulating learning opportunities to people age 50 and older. The Community University is an organization with volunteer presenters that engages older adults as learners. Community University programs are shaped by presenters’ and learners’ interests and include study topics from the arts and literature, sciences and technology, history, religion, business and commerce, current events – and other suggested topics (excluding “arts and crafts” activities).
The Community University at West Liberty offers three terms annually: a spring term, a summer term and a fall term.
The Community University welcomes ideas for educational offerings that can be presented as:
- Single lecture/discussion (1.5 – 2 hrs.)
- 4-week course (1.5 -2 hrs. per session)
- 6 or 8 week course (1.5 -2 hrs. per session)
- “Flex-Schedule” – allows presenter to instruct course at any time during the term. Example: the course could be offered in a one week period during the term meeting every day. (1.5- 2 hrs. session)
Spring Term Starts Mid-March, Schedule Coming Soon
Classes are held at the West Liberty University Highlands Center, unless otherwise noted
If you are willing to share your knowledge/experience/passions in a particular area, the Community University at West Liberty wants to hear from you. Tell us your ideas! A member of the West Liberty University staff will be in touch with you within a week of receiving your proposal. (Questions are always welcome at the Community University office 304-217-2800, Ext. #0).