Mature Learning (55+)

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By Tracy Reilly Kelly
Last year Mature Learning celebrated its 40th Anniversary and we looked back at our “glorious past”. Now it is time to ponder what will the future of our program look like. And, what is “next” in...
Upcoming Classes: 

Fairy Tales for the Modern Reader

Study modern fairy tales

In fairy tales the Prince and Princess live happily after - but what happens after that? Discover how use of imagery and rich symbolism has meaning for adults as well as its simpler imagery for children.  Class begins February 14th! Sign up Now!

Mature Learning is an educational and cultural enrichment program at Clark College in Vancouver, Washington for persons fifty-five (55) years of age and older. The program provides and opportunity for senior students to learn in a relaxed atmosphere with no tests, grades or homework. A wide variety of courses are offered including fitness, art, writing, computers, sciences, history, creative writing, health, humanities and others. Most classes meet two hours a week either on the main Clark College campus, at Town Plaza Center or at other locations in the community. Students also travel by coach to Portland/Vancouver opera, theater, symphonies, art galleries, ballet and lecture.