Continue the Adventure of Learning at Westminster/Wesleyan Lifelong Learning Institute
Through a unique partnership with Virginia Wesleyan University, those living at Westminster-Canterbury on Chesapeake Bay can take non-credit courses in art, history, political science, psychology, religion, popular culture, and other subjects. Taught by Virginia Wesleyan faculty, the courses are offered at no cost to Westminster-Canterbury members on site, as well as on the Virginia Wesleyan campus. Those living at Westminster-Canterbury also receive free admission to the University’s facilities, plays, concerts, lectures, and athletic events (post-season NCAA tournament play requires admission).
Programming for the initiative—a component of Virginia Wesleyan University Global Campus—is coordinated by Dr. Ben Fraser, the Westminster-Canterbury Fellow for Religious Studies and Lifelong Learning, in collaboration with Virginia Wesleyan’s Robert Nusbaum Center.
Several courses will be taught during each of two regular semesters, and roughly half will be on faith-related topics.
For more information, call (757.455.3129) or email (NusbaumCenter@vwu.edu) the Robert Nusbaum Center.