With topics covering rock music, gay history, stem cell research and Wal-Mart, it's no wonder IU's Mini University has repeatedly received notice as one of the best--and most eclectic--learning vacations in America.
This year, faculty and staff have an added incentive to get involved: discounted registration. There's never been a better time to attend classes taught by some of IU's most honored faculty.
Nearly 100 non-credit classes are taught by IU's faculty. You can participate in three different classes each day for a total of 15 during the week. Courses include the arts, sciences, humanities, current events, and daily living--from the latest computer skills to maintaining your health.
Mini University is co-sponsored by the IU Alumni Association and Bloomington Continuing Studies.
When: June 19-24
Where: IU Bloomington campus