About Shared Learning
Shared Learning is a 39-year-old informal association of senior and other adults in the Chapel Hill area who are enthusiastic about continuing to learn throughout the remainder of their lives–but in an informal and social setting with no pressure and no grades! To that end, the association organizes weekday morning courses, each meeting once a week for 90 minutes (usually with a break for refreshments). The association is not affiliated with any religious denomination, but our courses meet in a classroom setting at a host church in suburban Chapel Hill. A single membership fee of $60/year entitles participants to take as many courses from our rich and varied curriculum as they wish–both Fall courses and Spring courses, as well as an abbreviated Summer (May-June) selection–the latter free and open to non-members as well. Courses are moderated (led) by members of the association who may or may not be “experts” in the field but who are willing to organize learning activities around a central topic for the duration of the semester. The moderators may rely on DVD lectures by experts or may orchestrate class discussions led by other members of the group–however they feel the topic of their interest may be best presented and discussed.
Courses meet weekday mornings and starting in January at our new location at Christ United Methodist Church in Southern Village, 105 Market St., Chapel Hill 27516
If this seems appealing to you, we urge you to examine the pages in the “Spring 2019 Courses” menu above this text. They include general information as well as information about our current courses and a registration page.