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Lifelong Learning Society courses for spring 2002 begin Jan. 14

November 26, 2001

The Lifelong Learning Society (LLS), a learning in retirement program of Coastal Carolina University's School of Continuing Studies, announces its new course schedule for the 2002 spring semester, which begins Jan. 14.

All individuals interested in learning more about the LLS are encouraged to attend the Society's Orientation and Open House on Thursday, Jan. 17 at 2 p.m. in room 228 of the H. Dale Williams Center for Extended Learning, located in Coastal's University Hall.

LLS is designed for adults who are interested in learning, exchanging ideas and becoming more socially and culturally interactive. Members are entitled to special features and benefits of the university, including use of the campus library, free admission to athletic events, student rates for events in Wheelwright Auditorium, as well as special events such as one-day seminars and Lunch and Learn programs. The LLS was recognized nationally as a model program of its kind in 1999.

Most LLS classes are held on campus in Coastal's Williams Center for Extended Learning. Extension sites include locations in Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach, Little River and Murrells Inlet. There is a $15 spring membership fee and only LLS members may register for classes.

Early registration is recommended since many courses have limited enrollment. For more information or to enroll, call 349-2665 or visit www.coastal.edu/learn on the Internet.