GU Hosts Program for Residents

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August 30, 2001

This fall, Georgetown will offer a non-credit academic program designed for University neighbors and D.C. area residents. The Center for Lifelong Learning, part of the School for Summer and Continuing Education, will offer six three-week courses each semester to accommodate D.C. area residents in search of convenient, affordable academic programs.

In a Georgetown University press release, Deborah Warin, Director for Continuing Education said, “This program offers something for people who have a passion for learning … This is one more resource available to those living next door to a great university.”

Courses offered this semester include “Electing the President: Is it Time to Abolish the Electoral College?” and “Shakespeare and Revenge.” Future courses will be offered in child psychology, estate planning anddigital photography.

“We want to extend ourselves to the neighborhood and the entire D.C. community and offer residents even more opportunities to treat this as their campus,” Warin added in the press release. “They can experience the riches of Georgetown faculty and a Georgetown education firsthand.”

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