The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UNT (OLLI at UNT) is a community of curious minds and adventurous hearts that offers non-credit courses, events and trips designed by and for adults 50 and better.
The program’s mission is to foster intellectual stimulation and social engagement through an extensive array of classroom and experiential learning opportunities.
Want to get involved with this dynamic community? Become a member or volunteer to teach a course!
Please note that OLLI at UNT has temporarily moved courses online and adjusted its membership structure keep members safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
UNT’s lifelong learning program became part of an exclusive network of 123 Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes in 2016. In November 2018, the Bernard Osher Foundation unanimously approved a $1 million endowment and an additional bridge grant of $50,000 for OLLI at UNT, citing the outstanding progress the institute made since receiving its initial operating grant.
OLLI at UNT Podcast
You can open the doors to lifelong learning with the OLLI at UNT podcast — fascinating audio interviews with the program’s members, faculty and other recognized experts in a wide variety of fields.
The podcast is free for anyone interested in lifelong learning. Subscribe in the podcast application on your smart phone or tablet, or listen online.
Questions? Contact the OLLI at UNT staff.