Since 2007

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

Fall Season Kick-Off

Join us, virtually, at 1:30pm on August 17th to hear from OLLI staff on updates and news about the fall semester. Learn about classes, virtual offerings and the many changes we’ve made to ensure your safety and well-being when participating at OLLI.

Following the information session, Dr. Brian Primack, Dean of the College of Education and Health Professions, will lead a fun filled, virtual, trivia game covering the 1950’s – 1970’s!
Our fun Kick Off event will be held virtually via Zoom

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Catalog of Classes and Events

Cover of OLLI-UA Fall 2020 catalogOur 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.