at the University of San Francisco
The Fromm Institute For Lifelong Learning
Class Begin 09/08/2014
Class End 10/30/2014
Make-up 11/03 - 06
Class Begin 01/05/2015
Class End 02/26/2015
Make-up 03/19 - 05
Class Begin 04/06/2015
Class End 05/28/2015
Make-up 06/01 - 04
Monday , Jan. 19, 2015
Monday , Feb. 16, 2015
Classes meet at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday - Thursday. Extra Curricular activities run from 3 p.m. until 4 p.m. The Fromm Institute office is open, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
WINTER CLOSED CLASSES
Rabbi Krause “The Prophets”
Prof. Fracchia “A City Built on Hills: SF 1945 to the Present”
Prof. Foglesong "Music As Mirrior"
Prof. Carcieri “American Political Thought”
Prof. Husby "Paintings About Nothing? Abstract Expressionism"
Prof. Hohmann " History of China Part II"
Prof. Roatcap "Midnight in Paris II: Artists & Fashionistas"
Prof. Kenning “Rome, Part 1 — The Roman Republic:
Prof. Hunt "Medieval Art & Architecture"
Prof. Clay Large "The Great War: WWI at Home & Abroad"
FROMM INSTITUTE STUDENT ASSOCIATION
WELCOME TO THE FROMM INSTITUTE
The Fromm Institute is a "University within a University" offering daytime courses for retired adults over 50 years of age. Founded by Alfred and Hanna Fromm in 1976, the Institute offers intellectual stimulation and introduces its members to a wide range of college level learning opportunities with full access to the facilities and services at USF.
The Institute has a firm commitment to learning and believes that older students should be able to learn within a peer setting and be taught by emeritus professors of their own age.
The Institute presents its non-credit courses during three, eight-week sessions each year. Meeting once a week at either 10 a.m. or 1 p.m. and lasting ninety minutes, our courses span such areas as psychology, literature, philosophy, science, theology, history, art, music, politics and creative writing.
Self-governance gives the Fromm Institute a unique identity at the University of San Francisco while still remaining an integral part of campus life. It is an independent, non-profit program that solicits funding from its members and a broader philanthropic community. Governed by a Board of Directors, the Friends of the Fromm Institute, our administrators, faculty and students set their own pace. Students do, however, take part in other campus activities.
The Fromm Institute has a Student Association with elected officers who handle a social agenda and plan special events. The Fromm Institute welcomes all people regardless of previous academic achievement on the ability to pay a modest membership fee. This San Francisco “original” serves hundreds of older students each day, and includes thousands of people among its lifelong learning student body and alumni.
The Fromm Institute for Lifelong Learning - University of San Francisco
2130 Fulton St - San Francisco, CA 94117-1080