ALI, a non-profit organization in Chelsea, MI, plans a wide range of educational courses to meet the interests and requests of our adult learners for winter/spring and fall terms. As always, our experienced instructors create a relaxed learning environment where students can ask questions, share experiences or just sit and listen. And there is no homework!
2017 Winter/Spring Courses
2017 courses will start in February and registration by mail has started. See the Winter/Spring Courses page for list courses, the catalog, the calendar and registration form.
Two free courses are being offered - one each with our partners, the Chelsea Senior Center and the Chelsea District Library. See Winter/Spring Course page for how to register.
ALI would not be possible without our volunteers. To continue to providing these courses we need volunteers. We have openings for officers and on our board of directors and committees including AudioVisual, PR, Tech and Web. So if you have enjoyed the courses, please consider volunteering. For more information call 734-292-5540 to leave a message.
ALI Course Fees
ALI is committed to providing high quality, low cost learning experiences geared toward the interests of adults in the Western Washtenaw community.
You can select from a diverse set of educational courses, learn in a friendly atmosphere and meet new friends with common interests! The course cost range from $10 to a max of $30. The registration fee is $10. Residents of Silver Maples, Chelsea Retirement Community and charter members of the Cedars of Dexter have registration fees waived. There may be additional fees for course materials or supplies.
Funding is available for those who would benefit from financial assistance. Please see below.
The course fees are based on the number of sessions per course:
Who We Are
Based in Chelsea, Michigan, the Adult Learners Institute (ALI) provides a diverse selection of quality community-based learning experiences and camaraderie for adults in western Washtenaw County. ALI is a Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI) affiliated with the Elderhostel Institute Network (EIN), a group of 320 similar organizations. We conduct our programs in cooperation with Washtenaw Community College.