LifeQuest educational and digital learning classes are available to adults of all ages. Our program is based on an open-university concept, with no homework, tests or grades. The educational classes consist of four terms annually. Each eight-week term offers classes all day on Wednesdays and on Thursday mornings with lecture/discussion classes on a variety of topics - physical health, art, financial management, literature, “Great Books”, Spanish, media, politics, history and current events. New classes are added each term; all are developed and coordinated by a Curriculum Committee made up of LifeQuest volunteers.
Educational classes are held at Second Presbyterian Church, 600 Pleasant Valley Drive in Little Rock. The registration fee is $65 and covers all Wednesday & Thursday classes for the entire eight weeks. The registration fee for our four week summer term is $35. Some classes require an additional class fee.
The digital learning classes offer a variety of classes throughout the year with a focus on digital learning with topics including Basic and Intermediate Computers, Online Banking & Shopping, Basic Computer Maintenance, and iPads & iPhones. Fees for each class will vary and will include a manual for each student to take home. In addition, one-on-one computer and/or iPhone/iPad support will be available by appointment for a nominal fee.
All classes are currently taking place online due to Covid-19 and social distancing guidelines. Classes will be held at two locations: Second Presbyterian Church, 600 Pleasant Valley Drive in Little Rock and the UAMS Reynolds Institute on Aging, 629 Jack Stephens Drive in Little Rock.
Authorities in their respective fields serve as volunteer instructors. Please read their bio's in the "Who We Are" section of this website.
Inclement Weather Policy
If the Little Rock Public Schools are closed or announce a delayed opening due to weather concerns, LifeQuest will be cancelled for the entire day and the LifeQuest office will be closed.