OLLI-UO is an intellectual and social community of engaged adult learners. It connects members to the brightest minds and ideas, including emeritus and current faculty from UO and other universities as well as professionals from the community. Learners from all backgrounds and levels of education are welcome to join. Previous affiliation with the University of Oregon is not required for membership.

Curriculum is member-driven and diverse; members shape programming to expand their views of the world and enrich their lives and communities. Lectures, short courses, ongoing study and discussion groups cover topics from the humanities, the social and physical sciences, and the arts, in addition to issues of local, state, national and international interest. There are many benefits to lifelong learning!

For more detailed information, please see the History of OLLI or view our OLLI-UO Fact Sheet.

OLLI-UO offers programming at two main sites:

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