Fall term registration begins August 2nd.
Catalog is available on the catalog and registration tab.
Course syllabi for online classes may be found at www.portfolio.du.edu/ollionline
OLLI Central - Contact Information
Questions?John Baumgartner, Central Site Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org Marcie Smith at email@example.com
University College at the University of Denver
2211 South Josephine St
Denver, CO 80208
OLLI Central Class Locations
First Universalist Church
Park Hill United Methodist Church
First Plymouth Church
Ruffatto Hall on the DU Campus
We are working and offering classes remotely using Zoom until Winter 2022.
OLLI offers three terms per academic year: Fall, Winter, and Spring. Members may participate in as many classes as desired at any of our six sites - Central, West, South, OLLI On-Campus, East and Boulder (contingent upon space availability) for $130 per term.
Where Do I Find?
- Central Online Registration/Catalog/Registration Form, See Tab at Top
- Central Classes and Syllabi see tab with same name at top
- Member Card Discounts, See Member Benefits tab at top
- For upcoming special events and activities, See Events Tab.
- Special opportunities for OLLI members See Member Opportunities tab.
- Annual Report, See Report Tab at top
- 2025 Report, See Report Tab at top
About the Osher Foundation
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at the University of Denver is a membership program designed for men and women age 50 and over, who wish to pursue lifelong learning in a relaxed non-competitive atmosphere. There are no tests, no grades, no academic requirements - just a desire for learning and a penchant to be curious.
Thanks to the generosity of the The Bernard Osher Foundation, OLLI at the University of Denver joins a network of 124 Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes across the United States that are meeting the needs of older learners who want to learn simply for the joy of learning and personal fulfillment.
Read more: www.osherfoundation.org.
OLLI needs believers like Bernard Osher. The development and delivery of quality educational programs for 50+ adults is important for sustaining quality of life and healthy minds. If you would like to help fund scholarships, programming or our research, please contact us at our office, 303-871-3090.