Join Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Washington and register for fall courses today. Choose from courses offered in Everett, Redmond, Seattle and Bothell. All courses are approved by a UW school or department and are taught by current and retired university faculty and community experts.
Below are just a few of our exciting fall courses:
- Monstrous Reflections: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
- The History of American Intelligence and Special Operations
- Geology of the Pacific Northwest
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You can take a wide variety of courses and special events through membership in the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the UW (OLLI-UW). An endowment from the Bernard Osher Foundation enables the University of Washington to provide these affordable educational experiences.
Who can participate?
Adults over 50, who come together in a lively learning environment to explore intellectual and cultural topics of interest, share their experiences and talents and meet new people.
What subject areas are offered?
Courses and events cover thought-provoking and wide ranging topics from global events to the arts, from history to health science research, to important local and worldwide issues of the day. There’s no pressure of tests or grades and no papers to write.
Who are the instructors?
OLLI-UW courses are led by current, retired, and Emeritus UW faculty and community experts.
What is the cost?
Annual membership fee of $35 gives you access to unlimited OLLI-UW courses each year. There is a fee of $30-45 per course. Fees may be subject to change.
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