Contact: Office of Community Programs Email: elderscholar@roanoke.edu / Phone: 540-375-5233

Poetry: What Is It Good For?

Dr. Robert Schultz, John P. Fishwick Professor of English

Tuesday Series: March 13 - April 10, noon - 2 p.m., Colket Center Pickle Lounge, $75

Wednesday Series: March 14 - April 11, 11:45 a.m. - 2 p.m., Colket Center Pickle Lounge, $75

Price includes five lectures and five lunches. Attend both days and receive a $5 discount.  Must register for full 5-week session.

Advance registration is required and accepted on a first come, first serve basis beginning February 13.  Registration is accepted by mail or online only. If delivering your registration in person, the Community Programs office has moved to Douglas W. Ayres Hall (Resource Development) at the corner of College Avenue and Clay Street.

Additional Offerings this Semester:

Overnight Trip - A Taste of Gettysburg with Dr. John Selby

Monday-Tuesday, May 7-8, 2018 I $250 per person
Cost includes transportation, lodging at the historic Gettysburg hotel (2 per room), daily gourmet sit-down group lunch, and all admittance fees.  Space is limited

Due to the nature of this trip, refunds will not be given; however substitutions may be approved by contacting the office of Community Programs.

Registration for Spring begins February 13th. 

Welcome Letter 

Mail-in Registration

Online Registration

(online service fees applied to customer payment)

To be placed on the Elderscholar mailing list or for more information about the program, please contact the Office of Community Programs at (540) 375-5233 or elderscholar@roanoke.edu.