Learning Opportunities for Persons Over 50 Years of Age
Senior College at Bridgton offers a diverse curriculum for those 50 years of age and older. Subjects vary from the intellectually challenging to those that are purely for fun.
Just great learning opportunities to explore new subjects, share ideas, learn more about a special interest, develop a new skill, or voice your opinion on local, national, and international issues.
Senior College at Bridgton is nestled at the foot of the mountains in beautiful Western Maine. Unless otherwise noted, all classes are held at the Bridgton Community Center at 15 Depot Street in downtown Bridgton.
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News Highlights and Current Class Information
Seeking Volunteers: Senior College at Bridgton welcomes volunteers to assist with classes and to help get the word out to our community about the Senior College. They can help us continue to provide interesting and informative classes to our Lakes Region Community.
You will find all class-related information (cancellations, weather, etc.) posted here. If Bridgton Schools are closed, the Senior College class is canceled. If school openings are delayed, Senior College classes will probably be held on time. Call the Senior College Registrar at 207-647-5593, or a committee member will contact you with a class make-up date.
Information on the Winter 2015 classes is now available. Eight 2-hour classes will meet this winter on a Monday or Thursday between January 19 and February 12. Registration for classes is now open and will end on January 16th.
The Senior College always welcomes new participants and any questions regarding membership, class enrollment, or class registration should be directed to the Senior College Registrar at 207-647-5593. Our mailing address is: Senior College at Bridgton, P.O. Box 308, Bridgton, ME 04009
Bridgton Senior College instructors Jim and Sue Dover led students at the Fall 2014 session through an armchair travel trip exploring off the beaten path destinations and the waterways of Europe. Jim is here at the lectern while Sue runs the projector with pictures.