OLLI Online Fall Registration Now Open

All 144 Fall OLLI classes and 3 Speaker Series are presented via Zoom.

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) from the University of Denver is an educational program designed for those age 50+ who wish to pursue lifelong learning in a relaxed, non-competitive atmosphere. There are no tests, no grades, and no academic requirements: just a desire to learn.

Our Fall 2020 Online Term will run from September 14 through November 6. Classes vary from 1-8 weeks and are Monday-Friday, 9:30-11:30 a.m. and 1:00-3:00 p.m. (with some exceptions). The classes cover academic subjects in history, literature, music, art, philosophy, film, current events, technology, science, writing, world affairs, and much more, including yoga, meditation, and other self-help topics. A flat fee of $130 per term gets you unlimited classes (subject to availability).

Comments from our online spring 2020 term: “…surprised to discover that I’m sold on the Zoom format…we had socialization via Zoom before class and lots of interaction during class… having the online classes has been a godsend during this pandemic…you have done a fabulous job and helped so many seniors to get through this…very impressed with the quality of the classes…the whole experience has been a delight and a life enrichment…thank you!”

Get more information, access the catalog, and register starting August 10th here.

About Charlie Erdrich

Charles Erdrich is a member of Boulder’s Senior Community Advisory Committee, and has served on the OLLI-Boulder development group. For more info on the program, contact Barbara Darling, OLLI-Boulder Site Manager, at barbaraolliboulder@gmail.com, or Charlie at cerdrich@gmail.com.

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