OLLI at Temple University

 

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Temple University is a lifelong learning academy where retired persons attend classes and pursue the joy of learning without the traditional academic requirements of tests and grades. More about OLLI.

 

NOTE: At this time, membership for OLLI at Temple University is closed. For the first time in our program's history we have reached 1,300 members!

Thank you to all of our wonderful members, outstanding faculty, and dedicated volunteers! Please continuing visiting our website at noncredit.temple.edu/olli for further updates.

 

Thank you to the Bernard Osher Foundation

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Temple University's Center City Campus, is pleased to announce its recent gift of $1million from the Bernard Osher Foundation. This is the second such gift that OLLI at Temple has received from the Osher Foundation in four years. We are so delighted and grateful to the Osher Foundation for their ongoing support and encouragement. They have been extraordinarily generous and helpful to our program and we will be forever appreciative of Bernard and Barbro Osher and the wonderful staff of the foundation, in particular, Senior Program Officer David Blazevich and the President, Mary Bitterman.

 

 

Download a course guide

 

To enroll and register for classes, please visit Non-credit Progams

 

The Friday Forum - September through May 10:30 to 11:30 AM, Room 222

 


RESOURCES

OLLI Member Handbook

OLLI Instructor Handbook

View Instructor Handouts

     

At this time, membership for OLLI at Temple University is closed. For the first time in our program's history we have reached 1,300 members! Thank you to all of our wonderful members, outstanding faculty, and dedicated volunteers! Please continuing visiting our website at noncredit.temple.edu/olli for further updates.

 

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