Make Learning a Lifetime Experience
To provide, at a modest cost, learning experiences for retired and semi-retired persons, regardless of previous educational background.
The Pursuit of Learning in Society (POLIS) organization, sponsored by Quincy University, allows active, retired adults to continue a lifetime of learning while relaxing in a comfortable academic setting with those your own age.
Take a Class without Taking Tests
Choose from a dozen or more courses that are attended by retirees and taught by university professors, field experts, religious leaders, and researchers that are designed to open your mind and stimulate thinking about variety of subjects. These subjects can include history, music, art, literature, biology, political science, philosophy, theology, criminal justice, law and business.
POLIS offers courses for the Fall Semester and Spring Semester concurrent with Quincy University degree courses. Most classes are held at Quincy University’s North Campus (North 18th Street and Seminary Road) from 2:00 to 4:00 PM with alternate locations and times for field classes.
You can register by mail or register in person on January 15, from 2-4 in the Center for Science lobby located at the North Campus.
No appointment is necessary.
Membership for one semester is $15. Each session of a class costs only $4. Anyone who is retired can even come and audit one class for no charge.
Quincy University North Campus, Room 122-D
Board President: Dr. Mary Ann Klein
Quincy University POLIS Director: Dr. Mary Ann Klein, Room 122-D
217-228-5432 ext. 3193