What: Non-credit, tuition-free, college-level courses in a wide variety of disciplines — art, literature, music, opera, the sciences, history, mathematics, current events, foreign affairs, economics, the law, government, religion, foreign languages, health and welfare. And more!
When: Fall (Sept.-Dec.), Winter (Jan.-Mar), and Spring (Apr.-May) semesters. Individual courses run from four to twelve weeks. Classes meet once a week for two hours, mornings, afternoons and occasionally evenings.
Where: Several conveniently-located venues. Most classes take place at Noble Horizons, Geer Village, or the Scoville Memorial Library
Faculty: Experienced, enthusiastic, and skilled instructors, all volunteers, drawn from our tri-state community. (Contact us if you would like to discuss leading a future course.)
Management: TLC is operated as a non-profit lifelong learning institution. Dues are tax-deductible. Members elect a board of directors responsible for overseeing all TLC programs. Members are encouraged to volunteer for service on board committees, to help recruit new members, identify potential instructors, and become course managers. Members are regularly polled as to their specific interests in program content.
Please feel free to contact TLC by using our Contact Us page
OR you can call TLC at (860) 364-9363