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Membership and Benefits

Leisure Learning is a membership organization. The $40 annual membership fee covers twelve months from the date you join. Our diverse lineup of classes offers opportunities to explore Pensacola and the surrounding areas, discover exciting new research, learn new skills and meet new people.

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How to Join Leisure Learning

  1. Review our catalog and select your classes. 
  2. Register and pay for your annual membership dues and individual classes online, by calling the Leisure Learning Student Support office at 850.473.7468 or by mailing in the registration form located in the back of the course catalog. 
    Please Note: Due to the popularity of courses, we recommend registering online or calling the Leisure Learning office to reserve your seat. We cannot guarantee mailed registrations will have a space in class.
    To register online, you will need to create a New Student Profile. This will enable you to log into our system and make online transactions.
    See how to register online on our Policies and Information page.
  3. Enjoy class!

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Membership Benefits

Your annual Leisure Learning membership allows you to register for all Leisure Learning classes, tours and events. You will also receive a printed Course Guide mailed directly to your home each semester.

Leisure Learning members are also eligible to purchase a UWF Nautilus card for only $10. Learn how to acquire your Nautilus card in our Policies and Information. This official UWF identification card can be used for:

Bring A Friend To Class

Current members may bring a friend to a class as an introduction to the program. The class price will apply. If your friend joins Leisure Learning, you AND your friend will receive a credit voucher for a future Leisure Learning class or event.


“It's a very worthwhile opportunity and you'll learn something new. Everyone I've met so far seems very nice and interested in learning and staying active in later life.” 

Linda Dunwoody