The University of Hartford's Presidents' College is a self-supporting learning community offering short, modestly-priced, non-credit courses and lectures for adults, taught by leading University professors and scholars.
Click here for more information on the Presidents' College. See the spring 2019 course and lecture listings below.
Locked Up and Locked Out–America's Growing Prison System—Fiona Mills
Fri., May 10; 2–3:30 p.m.; Library Lecture, KF Room
Cost: $20, Fellows, $10. Register online.
The Presidents' College is an informal community of people—many, but not all, are retirees—living in the greater Hartford area who come together for brief courses and stand-alone lectures on almost every imaginable topic,
Choose from a wide variety of courses at the Presidents' College that include, literature and language, art and architecture, music, dance and film, science and technology, and current events and history.
Lectures offering a variety of topics are held at Duncaster and McAuley Retirement communities. You may also take Library lectures which are usually held in Harrison Libraries' KF room.