The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Michigan was established to encourage adults to continue their learning long after formal schooling is done. The Institute’s popular programs help mature adults to rediscover the piquancy of learning — the joy of discovery and feelings of accomplishment that are unencumbered by tests, grades, or drills.
This year’s programs feature:
- Seven lecture series totaling 43 presentations, with average attendance over 300 people;
- Special urgent and critical series - OLLI climate Change
- More than 180 study groups on a wide variety of topics;
- Ten casual, friend-producing evening programs — well-suited to people not yet retired;
- Six day-long travel ventures to Michigan venues.
OLLI's Winter/Spring 2020 Term
- OLLI is active online! We will be live streaming lectures and providing other online content to keep you engaged and informed.
- Read the 2020 welcome letter from Lisa Barton, OLLI Director, and Bill Furtwangler, OLLI Leadership Council President.
OLLI in Action
Watch our video to see how our programs impact our members' lives.