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Posted: 8:43 AM 8/5/2022
Additional information about a course being offered this fall semester.
Posted: 12:28 AM 2022-08-01
The class schedule for the upcoming fall semester has been posted! Click anywhere in this block to go to the new topical index page. We have added this page to make it easier for you to find courses on the topics that interest you. Once on the index page, click any course title to see the details of its schedule and description.
You may also download the catalog by clicking Catalog in the menu bar at the top of the page.
Review the courses and get ready for the start of registration on August 17 at 9:00 AM. Classes will begin on September 6.
Posted: 5:36 AM 7/23/2022
Open House & Registration will be held on August 17, 9:00 AM until 12:00 PM, in Room 122 of the Business & Education Building, on campus (see Map & Parking on menu bar at top of page). Registration online and by mail will also begin at 9:00 AM that day. Early registrations are not processed until then.
Posted: 11:42 AM 3/28/2022
As of March 28, 2022, wearing a mask in classrooms is optional, per revised guidance from USCA. Individual CLL instructors may request that you wear a mask and/or socially distance in their classrooms.
Posted: 10:15 AM 2/25/2022
The $35 per semester fee brings you benefits in addition to permitting you to register and attend classes. Click here to go to the Member Benefits page to see them all.
Center for Lifelong Learning members are eligible for the following benefits. Membership is $35 per semester.
Additional terms and conditions may apply to some of these offers.
Members are also eligible for the following offers from USC Aiken facilities. Again, additional terms and conditions may apply to some of these offers.
While not a specific benefit of CLL membership, we want to remind you that SC residents at least 60 years of age may audit regular university undergraduate and graduate classes for no academic credit without paying tuition, on a space available basis, provided that such persons meet admission and other standards deemed appropriate by the university. Application fees, book, supplies, parking decals, and other fees are not covered by this law and will be the responsibility of the senior citizen.