Notice: Our lecture series are offered online using Zoom and on campus in Lorber Hall.
Have an unquenchable passion for learning?
Established in 1975, the Hutton House Lectures of Long Island University is among the nation’s most distinguished lecture series for lifelong learners. We are a community of more than 6,000 mature adults taking classes in literature, music, politics, science, art, history, economics, current events, healthy living and more! Our dynamic instructors are LIU faculty and deans as well as recognized thought leaders and experts from the local and national community. A wide array of lectures, programs and events are held year round in four sessions: winter, spring, summer and fall. There are no entrance requirements, no tests or grades. The Hutton House Lectures is located in an historic Georgian mansion that is the former home of insurance magnate Henry W. Lowe, and later Wall Street financier William E. Hutton II. Select lectures are also available online.