Later Life Learning
Later Life Learning (LLL) proudly partners with Innis College to support education for all ages. Over the past two decades, LLL members have given generously to help Innis students overcome barriers to education and to enhance the College’s physical environment.
This year, Later Life Learning is supporting the Innis College Renewal and Expansion Fund—an effort to expand and modernize Innis College’s home at the corner of Sussex Avenue and St. George Street. Built in 1976, the building was originally designed for 800 students. Over the last four decades, the Innis community has grown and is now home to more than 2,000 students, three academic programs, and hundreds of LLL members.
Join Later Life Learning’s campaign-leading initiative to enhance accessibility, modernize technology, and expand study and gathering spaces for students, faculty, and fellow LLL members alike.
Read more about Innis’s exciting new plans for renewal and expansion in the recent U of T News story.
About Later Life Learning
Later Life Learning is a non-profit educational program with more than 1,600 members. It was established in 1981 when several individuals joined with the University of Toronto to form a group that sponsors university-level courses for people in their encore years.
Led by a volunteer Board of Directors, LLL provides up to four, 10-week lecture series every winter and autumn, and hosts a book club and discussion group for its members. Lectures are typically presented in the beautiful Innis Town Hall but have moved virtually this year with support of the same Innis audio-visual team.
To learn more about Later Life Learning and their programs, please visit: http://sites.utoronto.ca/innis/lll/.