Gold-Leaf-Poster-edit.jpgWelcome to the Gold LEAF Institute Senior College at the University of Maine at Farmington.
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Gold LEAF - which is an acronym for Lifelong Education At Farmington - is a member-run organization devoted to lifelong learning in the Franklin County, Maine, area, for anyone age 50 or older (and spouse/partner, regardless of age) that offers:

-- Courses that require no educational pre-qualifications;
-- Learning without stress, without tests or credits;
-- Intellectually stimulating classes and activities reflecting the interests of its members;
-- Socializing with people with a similar interest in enhancing their knowledge of the world around them;
-- Affiliation with Road Scholar (formerly called Elderhostel);
-- Affiliation with the University of Maine at Farmington, allowing access to UMF's faculty and facilities.

Gold LEAF Institute Senior College
University of Maine at Farmington
186 High Street (Theodora J. Kalikow Education Center, Room 318)
Farmington, ME 04938
Phone: 207-778-7063
E-mail: goldleaf@maine.edu


Office Hours (subject to change):
Mondays and Wednesdays 10:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Fridays 10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Please call before coming to the office as hours sometimes change.
You may make an appointment by leaving a phone message at (207) 778-7063 or email goldleaf@maine.edu as both are checked weekdays.
Remember: If you are coming to the office and don’t have a parking permit, park at the Fitness Center or in a spot on the street.


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GOLD LEAF BOARD MEETINGS - Board meetings are posted in the Calendar. Most meetings take place in the UMF Education Center, on the corner of High Street and Lincoln Street, in the conference room next door to the GLI office (room 318); rear of the building on the third floor near the elevator. Members are welcome to attend.


Gold LEAF Institute is one of 17 senior colleges in the state of Maine. To learn more about the others, go to the Maine Senior College Network website.

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