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OLLI Program

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Auburn Montgomery

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Auburn University at Montgomery is a membership program designed for adults age 50+ who are retired.  We offer an impressive selection of classes that promote personal growth, health and wellness, educational enrichment, and new friendships.  Classes are offered an eight week fall term, seven week winter term,  seven week spring term, and a four week mini-summer term.    

 

Membership Benefits 

  • Full AUM and AU library privileges
  • Discount on AU OLLI classes
  • Discount on AUM Continuing Education programs
  • Open invitation to attend AUM OLLI lunch presentations and special events
  • Eligibility to join AUM Wellness Center OLLI at AUM
  • Free admission to AUM athletic events
  • Opportunity to join AUM and AU Special Interest Groups
  • Opportunity to attend OLLI at AUM and AU field trips
  • Members receive early notice of course brochures

 

Register for OLLI Here

Click below to view the Winter/Spring 2019 Catalog!

OLLI at AUM Winter Spring 2019 Catalog

     

Registration and Fees

Fee Structure for 2018-2019 Year

  • $39 - Annual Membership Dues

Course Term Fees

  • $166 - Fall/Winter/Spring Terms
  • $124 - Any two terms
  • $82 - Any one term
  • $22 - Summer mini term

Registration online gives you a $5 off discount!

 

Curriculum

OLLI operates on a three-term system, offering classes during the fall, winter and spring.  Topics covered include, literature, history, art, dance, golf, religion, finance, nature, computer, and writing.  Course styles vary from guest lecture series, class discussion, to instructor-led.  Most classes are taught by OLLI members who volunteer their time and talents.  OLLI courses are non-degree courses, and they require no homework, tests, or entrance exams.  OLLI members participate for the sheer joy of learning. 

Course Proposals

Please send course proposals to Nancy Anderson at nanderso@aum.edu

Click to download Course Proposal Form