Winter 2019 Term General Information
The 8-week winter term begins the week of January 14th and ends on March 11th for most classes. Classes will not meet on Monday, January 21st in observance of Martin Luther King Jr Day in accordance with the University of Denver.
You can browse the winter curriculum by scrolling down to access the catalog or click the specific class information to the right (in the Class Offerings column). To assist in planning, there are two different class listings below the catalog. There is the Classes By Day and Category that summarizes all scheduling information for each class broken out by day and curriculum category, then there is the Week At A Glance table to give you a quick overview of the schedule layed out in a calendar format.
Our classes fill quickly and some are limited in class size. There are two ways to register:
1. Online registration which allows you to pay by credit card or check. Instructional materials can be found by scrolling down to the Registration Instructions and FAQ's section.
To register online just click this button. It's really simple!
2. Mail in registration by using the registration form found below - downloading, printing and mailing the completed form with your check. Please scroll down to the Registration Form section for the form and mailing address.
OLLI Member Fee Information
The OLLI membership/tuition fee is $130 per term (Fall, Winter, Spring). You may take classes at any of the six OLLI sites for the one fee. Please check class descriptions for any Materials Fees that may apply for a certain class.
To learn about classes at OLLI Central, OLLI-On-Campus, OLLI South, OLLI East and OLLI Boulder, visit these sites:
There are no refunds later than 10 days into the term (some exceptions may be considered).
Partial or full scholarship are available at OLLI West. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. All inquiries are confidential.
Winter 2019 Catalog and Schedule Views
If you have trouble navigating the catalog link, you can use this PDF file instead.
Course Chart By Day/Category & Week-At-A-Glance
Classes By Day, Number of Sessions and Curriculum Topic
Click on image to open the list of classes by day, number of sessions and curriculum topic. You can also find the PDF file just below the image.
Week At A Glance
Click on image to open the week-at-a-glance. You can also find the PDF file just below the image.
Registration Form & Instructions
Fill-able Registration Form
Once you have decided which classes you would like to take:
- open the registration form by clicking on the registration form image on the left (or downloading the appropriate PDF file found above)
- print (you should see a printer icon at the top - see the example picture below)
- complete the form making sure to include email address.
This form is also 'fillable' on your computer. To use this feature, after opening the form, save it to your computer by selecting the download option at the top (like the example screen shot below), then complete it and print.
After completing and printing your form please mail it along with your check(s) for payment to:
12081 W. Alameda Pkwy., #436
Lakewood, CO 80228
REGISTRATION FORM EXAMPLE SCREEN SHOT
Class Offerings, Descriptions and Syllabi
Click on the class name to see the description!
World View China
TH284-Imperial China as Depicted by Chinese Filmmakers; Dixie Vice and John Lungerhausen; click here for syllabus
Fine Arts/ Literature/ Writing
M143-Poetry for Non-Poets; Kirsten Morgan
T185-Poetry, Continued...; Kirsten Morgan and Linda Ropes
Current Events/ Politics
T133-Q&A; Tom Hughes
T134-Is Democracy Still the Best Form of Government?; Tom Hughes FULL
T288-Poverty and the Wealth Divide; Bill Richardson FULL
W184-The Times They Are a Changin': Current Events;Blu Wagner & Maggie Wohlberg FULL
Philosophy/ Religion/ Psychology
T186-Exploring Paranormal Phenomena; Don Krill
(STEM) Science/ Tech/ Environmental/ Engineering/ Math
M181-Technological Innovations and Societal Transformation; Colleen and Gary Jorgensen; click here for syllabus
T287-Weather and Climate: Understanding the Basics; Paul Belanger and Jim Keller; click here for syllabus
W151-Flying the Friendly Skies: Landing on Answers to Frequent Aviation Questions; Don Stanton and Barb Adams
TH162-Famous Scientists and Their Achievements; Peter Gilbert, Barb Adams and Fran Fraser
TH286-A Guide to Cognitive Fitness: Maintaining Mental Sharpness; Sherma Erholm; click here for syllabus FULL
TH285-Yoga for Strength, Flexibility & Balance; Vicki Olson FULL
Friday Speaker Series
Jan 25 - Everybody's Talking! Are We Listening?; Arleen Arnsparger, John D. Cooper, PhD
Jan 25-They Do What in Azerbaijan?; Edward Kajko CANCELLED-rescheduled for Spring Term
Feb 1-Forensic Science: Past, Present, Future; David Maloney
March 1-Buffalo Bill: His Wild West and On-going Legacy; Steve Friesen
Registration Instructions and FAQ's
ONLINE REGISTRATION VIDEO TUTORIALS