USI Lifelong Learning Classes are back in session this Fall!

We are ready to welcome students and the community back to campus this Fall and look forward to serving your lifelong learning needs.

We have made many adjustments to ensure the safety of our entire community and visitors. Yet, we also ask you to help us keep our USI campus safe.

  • Class sizes and classroom spaces have been assigned to maintain proper social distancing measures between participants and instructors. Classrooms and computer equipment will be cleaned and disinfected before and after each use.
  • Face coverings are required when inside campus buildings and when in outdoor spaces where physical distancing is not possible. Visitors will be expected to provide their own face coverings; however, if you do not have a mask, one will be provided.
  • USI expects physical distancing of at least six feet between people and is discouraging large gatherings. New signage has been added across campus indoors and outdoors, promoting safe practices, indicating the flow of traffic in buildings, and designating where traffic is restricted.
  • Upon entering buildings, all guests are asked to use hand sanitizer located near the door. Additional hand sanitizing stations are located throughout each building.
  • If you have been diagnosed, exposed to, or have symptoms of COVID-19, please cancel your in-person enrollment and reschedule for a future course or utilize our virtual course options until you have recovered.
NOT READY FOR IN-PERSON CLASSES YET?
Not a problem, we understand. We continue to offer an extensive catalog of online courses and industry-recognized certifications you can access from the comfort of your own home.
CHECK OUT OUR FULL ONLINE COURSE CATALOG
USI Lifelong Learning offers online noncredit open enrollment courses and certificates to meet a wide variety of educational needs and goals. Work on your own schedule and learn when it is convenient for you.  Over 500 courses are available in the following areas: accounting and finance, business, college readiness, computer applications, design and composition,  language and arts, law and legal, personal development, teaching and education, technology, writing, and publishing.