The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at U of A  is Arkansas’ leading university affiliated, non-profit program providing high quality, affordable educational, cultural and engagement opportunities for mature adults. 

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Invest in Lifelong Learning.  Join and you’ll discover programs that capture your interest and fit your schedule, all year round.  Your membership helps fund program operations and promotes sustainability for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at University of Arkansas.  There’s more to learn at OLLI! The Institute offers members-only extra benefits AND you can purchase gift certificates for annual memberships, too. Give the gift of lifelong learning and transform someone’s curiosity into discovery! Your membership is tax deductible.   Slide1

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OFFICE HOURS                                    Monday – Friday, 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM
Phone 479.575.4545

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute UA Staff: Director: Susan Tonymon                              Assistant Director: Sandra Sawyer             Part-time Office Assistant: Essie Anderson      Office Volunteer: Connie Johnson

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The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Arkansas will host two community events on Feb. 18 as part of Black History Month. The events are free and the public is invited.  The first is a discussion of The Edge of Campus: A Journal of the Black Experience at the University of Arkansas written by U of A professor emeritus Gordon D. Morgan and his wife, Izola Preston. The second is a talk titled “Celebrating Black History Month: Preserving African American History in Northwest Arkansas” by Sharon Killian, an instructor in the U of A Department of Art.  The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute is partnering on both events with Compassion Fayetteville, the University of Arkansas David and Barbara Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History and the Northwest Arkansas African American Heritage Association, Inc.  Click here for all the details!

edge of campusCopies of  The Edge of Campus: A Journal of the Black Experience at the University of Arkansas are available for purchase at Nightbird Books to the public. OLLI members may secure books directly at the UA Press at the McIlroy House on the Fayetteville campus or by contacting the OLLI UA office.  

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