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MSU lifelong learning courses now open for registration

August 31, 2016 -- MSU News Service


MSU Extended University is now registering for its fall Wonderlust courses.   High-Res available

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BOZEMAN – Fall semester courses are now open for enrollment with Wonderlust, a lifelong learning organization affiliated with Montana State University's Extended University.

Wonderlust offers non-credit classes, forums, book clubs, writing workshops and other such activities for the intellectually curious.

Semester courses typically are offered over four to six weeks and cover topics in history, music, science, art, religion and more.

All courses are open to the public. Wonderlust members receive course discounts and free entry to side trips, which are short lectures. This semester's side trips cover Jeanette Rankin, New Zealand, computer science and more. Wonderlust also offers writing workshops, book discussion groups and other special events.

This fall, Wonderlust will also host free lectures at the Belgrade Library and the Park County Library in Livingston.

For more information or to enroll, visit http://montanawonderlust.org or contact the MSU Office of Continuing Education at (406) 994-6683.

Course catalogs are available in 200 Culbertson Hall or 128 Barnard Hall (formerly the EPS Building) at MSU. All course descriptions are also online.    

Contact: Marilyn Jarvis, (406) 994-4820 or mjarvis@montana.edu