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Click Here to Open the Online EVALUATION FORM for WINTER 2018 Study Groups

Click Here to Open the Online Registration Form for Spring 2018 STUDY GROUPS

Click Here to Open the Online Catalog for Spring 2018 STUDY GROUPS

Click Here to Download a PDF Version of the Spring 2018 STUDY GROUP Brochure

Click Here to Download a PDF Version of the Winter 2018 LECTURE SERIES Brochure

Propose a Summer 2018 Study Group — click Word or PDF for proposal form

Propose an Intersession Presentation — click Word or PDF for proposal form

Continue Learning!The Institute for Continued Learning at Roosevelt University (ICLRU) is a membership-based educational program for people 55 and over. ICLRU offers educational experiences in pleasant surroundings with ample opportunities to meet interesting people.
In addition  to a variety of short-term study groups, many cultural activities are included with your affordable dues. Click the appropriate link for a membership application: (WORD) (PDF).

Study Groups and Lectures

Upcoming Study Groups and Lectures

Online registration for the Spring 2018 Study Groups is now available on the website at links at the top of this page or at the Registration link under Programs on the menu line.


PDF Version of the SPRING paper brochure for Study Groups:

Click Here for Spring 2018 STUDY GROUP Brochure

Click Here for Winter 2018 LECTURE SERIES Brochure

Lunchtime Programs

Plato’s Place
PLATO’S PLACE
Wed., 11:45 to 12:45–Rm. 707
Kick around ideas, thoughts, and opinions on a variety of topics — some deep, some shallow, and some just plain fun. Plato’s Place meets when classes are in session.  Join in, or sit and listen!

Jan. 24:  Why should we care about history?

Jan. 31:   Should we allow states to give special tax breaks to corporations so they can stay or relocate??

Feb. 07:  What is democracy?

Feb. 14:  Eric Weiner, the author of Geography of of Genius, frequently reminds us that Plato said, “What is honored in a country will be cultivated there.”  Do you believe that still holds true?

Feb. 21:  Should we have nationwide primaries to select presidential candidates?

 


Institute for Continued Learning
1400 North Roosevelt Blvd.
Schaumburg, Illinois 60173 US
Phone: 224.523.6497
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