Lifelong Learning Center

The Lifelong Learning Center at Midwestern State University is a member-driven community of learners dedicated to inspiring and enriching the minds and spirits of Texomans over the age of 50.

Learners from all backgrounds and education levels are welcome to be members of the Lifelong Learning Center. Their classes are instructed by qualified individuals in our community as well as current and retired MSU faculty. These noncredit classes are divided into two academic terms (fall/spring) and explore topics in the fields of health, history, culture, science, religion, law, and the arts.

A Lifelong Learning Center is not only about taking classes. It’s also about developing a community of older adults who want to socialize and discuss intellectual topics with peers outside of the classroom.

Under the guidance of President Dr. Suzanne Shipley, They strive to build a thriving community of lifelong learners.

Hours of Operation
Tues-Thurs: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Contact Cassie Tierney at 940-397-4814 or email

2527 Hampstead Lane
Wichita Falls, TX


Age Group

Senior & Adult


MSU Lifelong Learning Center Membership Options:
- Individual Membership: $100 per semester (Fall or Spring) or $200 per year
- Household Membership: $150 per semester (Fall or Spring) or $300 per year
for two people living at the same address