Membership enrollment and class and activity registration for the spring semester of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Florida State University begins Jan. 28.
The new term features dozens of Zoom-based courses and activities tailored to those over 50 who love to learn in a stress-free environment where there are no tests, no homework and no required reading. Membership in OLLI at FSU is open to all adults 50 and older with no education prerequisites.
Courses are led by current and retired university faculty and area experts and run the gamut from humanities to science and from technology to history, to name just a few areas in the curriculum.
A video showcase featuring instructors describing the classes is available at olli.fsu.edu starting Jan. 26.
To view the full Course and Activities Catalog or for more information, visit olli.fsu.edu or contact Debra Herman, email@example.com or Terry Aaronson, firstname.lastname@example.org.