Salem State University

Salem, MA

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Salem State University
352 Lafayette St
Salem, MA 01970
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Type: 4-year College or University
The Explorers Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI) of Salem State University is one of over 400 such organizations in the U.S. and Canada affiliated with The Road Scholar Institute Network. Members join in active peer learning to share their knowledge and experience in courses that range from lectures and discussions to hands-on workshops and field trips.

As older adults, we can be intense, self-motivated learners. We explore new subjects and share our collective knowledge and experiences. There are no academic admissions requirements, no examinations, no grades - learning is its own reward. Our greatest resource is the exuberant wisdom of our membership.

An annual membership fee includes two academic terms a year, as well as winter and summer intersessions. Members also receive a number of benefits, including discounts to Salem State University Center for the Arts events.
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