Due to Coronavirus ...
Due to COVID-19, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Arkansas has suspended all in-person programs and activities through June 30, 2020. Classes are NOT canceled. Several classes are being rescheduled and will transition to an interactive, online format through Blackboard Collaborate Ultra (learn more here). This decision aligns with recommendations from the College of Education and Health Professions, the university, and local, state and federal officials.
To view and register for upcoming online classes visit our registration site and select “online” from the search menu. You can also contact us and request to be added to our weekly e-newletters or find, like and follow us on social media – @OLLIatUofA.
We apologize for any inconvenience, however, we are excited to continue offering opportunities to learn and be active and engaged through our online classes, newsletters and social media. OLLI staff are currently telecommuting, but can be reached at email@example.com. Thank you for your understanding as we navigate this situation.
Josh Raney, director
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
University of Arkansas
OLLI at the U of A is a local service organization providing learning opportunities, cultural programs and social activities for adults. Classes, hikes, games, walking tours, field trips, book clubs and special interest groups help our 600+ members
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Catalog of Classes and Events
Our catalog offers classes and activities that run through the season. Each term sees both recurring classes and lots of new topics all taught by expert instructors from the university and the community. The Fall 2020 catalog of classes will be available as an insert in the Sunday, Aug. 9, print edition of the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. You can also grab a copy at varying locations, such as the Fayetteville Public Library, Washington Regional Senior Health Center and OLLI office at 211 E. Dickson St. in Fayetteville. You may also access the catalog at any time here on our website.