ALFA - Adult Learning in the Fitchburg Area
What is ALFA?
ALFA stands for Adult Learning in the Fitchburg Area. Originally begun as a program for local seniors, ALFA has since expanded to include participants from over fifteen surrounding communities.
ALFA is a Lifelong Learning Institute that offers non-credit
daytime courses and special activities - designed and implemented by the members of ALFA in coordination with the professional staff at Fitchburg State University.
- Fall 2013 ALFA Course Offerings
- Fall 2013 ALFA Course Registration Form
- ALFA Fall 2013 Trip, Lecture and Course Schedule Updates
- Spring 2014 ALFA Instructor Forms
ALFA provides an opportunity for lifelong learners with similar interests to meet in an informal setting and pursue learning for enrichment and personal growth.
ALFA is sponsored by the Center for Professional Studies and the Office of Graduate and Continuing Education at Fitchburg State University, in collaboration with volunteer representatives of the community. Classes generally will be held in the C-wing of the McKay Campus School located at 67 Rindge Road.
Diane Thibodeau, ALFA Administrative Assistant
If you would like more information on ALFA or to request a brochure feel free to call the ALFA office at (978) 665-3706 or email the ALFA office at ALFA@fitchburgstate.edu or Diane Thibodeau, the ALFA administrative assistant.
If you are a teacher or educator and would be interested in teaching an ALFA course, please email ALFA at ALFA@fitchburgstate.edu.