Welcome to the Florham Institute for Lifelong Learning (FILL), where seniors 62 and older support inter-generational learning & enrich themselves through adult education.
Providing lifelong learning since 1972
SPRING 2020 UPDATE: To reduce the risk posed by coronavirus, the University has "decided to suspend face-to-face instruction on our New Jersey and Vancouver campuses and switch to remote (online) learning for all classes, effective Monday, March 16, which is the scheduled resumption of classes following spring break." (Incidentally, you can click here for all of FDU's messages related to "Coronavirus Updates").
We do not expect FILL instructors to teach classes online. Therefore, you can assume that all FILL classes will be suspended until FDU's administration and pertinent health officials determine it is safe and advisable to resume in person classes. That said, and as noted, University classes are expected to move online. If you are enrolled in a University course please contact your instructor.
We will wait until a later time to make decisions about Fall 2020 registration and our other campus events.
FILL Mission Statement
FDU’s Florham Institute for Lifelong Learning (FILL) seeks to enrich the intellectual lives of traditional and non-traditional aged students through intergenerational collaboration, learning, and teaching. FILL facilitates university course audits as well as non-credit course programs for those 62 and older. FILL is committed to enhancing the experiences of all students at the Florham Campus and promoting the education of its members by giving them an opportunity to share their intellectual capital with a new generation, and by tapping the diverse academic, cultural, and social opportunities available in our University community.