The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at the University of Connecticut in Waterbury is an educational program that provides adults aged 50 and above with opportunities to engage in intellectual development, cultural stimulation, and social interaction. OLLI has a curriculum of 50 courses per semester, and a thriving intergenerational program connecting members with UConn Waterbury undergraduates. Our instructors are volunteers who come from a wide variety of professional and educational backgrounds and tailor classes to the interests of the membership. Every OLLI experience tells a story of how this academic and social community changes lives by providing purpose, support, and enrichment to older adults throughout Connecticut. Here at OLLI, we’re proud of every story we help create.
Your gift will help increase the number of courses and special events we offer. By participating in OLLI’s activities you are contributing to the health and success of us all. Please help us continue to bring the joy of learning to our community. Your tax-deductible donations make a huge difference in our being able to offer the best lifelong learning experiences in Connecticut.
OLLI at UConn: Where learning never retires.