Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at LSU
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Louisiana State University (OLLI at LSU) is a vibrant, member-advised community of lifelong learners, aged 50 and older.
OLLI at LSU is one of a network of 117 university-affiliated lifelong learning programs supported by The Bernard Osher Foundation. We offer non-credit educational programs specifically developed for older adults who are aged 50 and older; university connection and university support; robust volunteer leadership and sound organizational structure; and a diverse repertoire of intellectually stimulating courses.
We invite you to be part of the OLLI at LSU community. Enrich your life, make new friends, or try something new.
The Spring 2014 Bulletin is being edited and printed in the month of November! Click on the OLLI Registration link for instructions on how to register online, which is the fastest, easiest way to secure your place in our exciting courses and other programs.
Remember, you must first have paid and finalized your OLLI at LSU membership in order to register for courses and activities.
To view the Fall 2013 Bulletin, click on the link below to view a .pdf of the current course bulletin. The new Bulletin will be posted here as soon as we are ready for registrations.
To print a copy of the registration form, click here.
Registration forms may be mailed with correctly completed check(s) to: OLLI at LSU, 1225 Pleasant Hall, Baton Rouge, LA 70803. If paying by check, please make checks for membership fees and donations payable to LSU Foundation; please make checks for course registration fees payable to LSU.