The Hope Academy of Senior Professionals (HASP) is a peer-led institution for learning in retirement.
Through a variety of classes, lectures, study groups, monthly meetings, and cultural and service events, members pursue avenues of study and engage in the exchange of ideas.
Lifelong learning and service opportunities for retirees have been a major emphasis throughout the history of the Hope Academy of Senior Professionals, which was founded in 1988 and is a member of the Lifelong Learning Institute Resource Network at Road Scholar (formerly Elderhostel).
"HASP programs foster good listening, learning, reading, sharing and the pleasure of discussion." – Dr. John Hollenbach, HASP Founder, May 31, 1988
NOONTIME/Brown Bag Series on Friday, January 18, 12noon-1pm ~ HASP Classroom (This is a 1x month, fr...Read More
Sunday, December 16, 2018 1:30-5:30 pm, Cost: $6 per person Join your HASP friends and make new on...Read More
Thursday, November 15, 2018 9:00 am – 4:15 pm, $25 per person As a legend of Grand Rapids, Ger...Read More
By: TERRI HOLDEN, HASP PAST PRESIDENT, JUNE 2015 TO JULY, 2017 Terri Holden is a HASP member and for...Read More
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Hope by the Numbers
- 800Active Members
HASP is a voluntary continuing education program with 800 members and climbing.Learn more about HASP
- 100+Courses Offered
Curriculum consists of a variety of courses in the fine arts, humanities, social sciences and science, technology and medicine.Register for courses
- 40%Peer Led
Over 40% of HASP classes are taught by peer members.See our classes
HASP members give of their time, supporting Hope students, faculty, staff and the community.Learn more