The purpose of this study was to analyze the perception of professors on outcomes of the Lifelong Education at universities for the Future Education(LiFE) project. For this purpose, the researchers interviewed 8 professors participating in the operation and management of the project, who directly operates and manage it and related to outcomes. As a result of the study, the professors recognized the change in the university’s lifelong education DNA and the growth of adult learners as the most important for outcomes of the LiFE project. In particular, professors viewed the change in awareness of adult learners and lifelong education within the university and strengthening the status in the university as important achievements. The result of this study suggested an important turning point in the evaluation of the LiFE project. Based on the research results, this study provided significant recommendations in the development of an appropriate performance evaluation model related to the LiFE project of universities and a follow-up study targeting adult learners.