The Presidents' College is a non-credit program offering short courses and activities for adults, taught by visiting lecturers and members of the University of Hartford faculty. Its mission is to create an extended community of thinking people who are interested in learning new things under the guidance of our leading professors. The Presidents' College extends the University of Hartford's educational mission by engaging the adult population of the surrounding communities in the intellectual and academic life of the campus.
Members of the Presidents' College, known as Fellows, participate in the numerous events that take place on the campus, including lectures, performances, and art shows. They have library privileges, parking privileges, and numerous other advantages and discounts.
Members can also become volunteers. Volunteers attend monthly meetings and can sign up to be course coordinators or be on committees that help run the Presidents' College. For more information on becoming a volunteer, see Become a Volunteer.
Listen to what participants are saying about the Presidents' College. Want to know its history? Janet Bruner will tell you. Want to know why you should come back to take more courses? Bob Gruskay can tell you. And many more.