Mission of OLLI
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Auburn University (OLLI at Auburn) provides academic, not for credit programming for adults 50 years and beyond. Members of OLLI at Auburn participate in a variety of activities including academic courses, social activities, special lectures and workshops, and events at Auburn University and in Montgomery at AUM. As member led, member driven organization, OLLI members participate in leadership and service through an Advisory Board of Directors and Committees.
News & Announcements
Winter 2017 term course updates:
- Abstract Painting is canceled.
- An Inside Look at U.S. Intelligence: The course description in the catalog is incorrect. It should read -
We will start with an incident that, even though it occurred in 1979 at the height of the Cold War, it's still relevant today because of the latest conflicts with Russia.
We will focus on the Big Five (CIA, NRO, DIA, NGA and NSA). I will not touch on the FBI, although their role since 9/11 in the intelligence world has certainly grown. Incidentally, one of our own (Sue Mason) used to work for one of the agencies that comprise NGA today.
OLLI Book Exchange to open during the Spring 2017 term. We are collecting books in good condition from January 23 - Febraury 8. Drop-off is at Sunny Slope by appointment. 844-3102. See flyer here.
2016-17 Membership registration is ongoing. Winter 2017 Term Registration Form.
The Silk Road of China: April 3 - April 17. Tour Director: Dong Shang (229) 347-6293 or email@example.com.
Last Updated: January 23, 2017