Members want to stay current, curious about the world of ideas, and involved with their own learning. The Institute develops and offers daytime courses, lectures, activities and special events on a wide range of topics; there are no exams, no credits and no college degrees required.
In addition to the academic-type courses, we offer fitness opportunities, social activities such as lunches, trips, cards and games and the arts.
LLI Chesterfield is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that is equal opportunity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national or ethnic origin. Our Institute is a member of the Road Scholar Institute Network (RSIN),
an umbrella organization for Lifelong Learning Institutes in the United States and Canada.
The Lifelong Learning Institute is accessible to persons with disabilities and will try to accommodate special physical needs. Please contact the office if you have special needs.
You can be further involved at LLI by being on a committee. Committees are available in many interest areas.
The LLI program consists of spring, summer and fall sessions, with many additional activities between sessions. Classes range from one time activities or lectures to mini-courses of multiple weekly sessions, or activities that meet weekly. Each class may run from one to two hours.