Florida State University’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) will kick off its fall semester with a showcase of its course offerings.
The event will be at the Turnbull Center on the FSU campus at 1 p.m. Monday, Sept. 18. The public is welcome, and parking is provided.
OLLI’s courses are aimed at people over the age of 50 who love to learn. This fall’s slate of courses covers a broad range of interests, said OLLI Director Debra Herman.
“From the comedic to the sublime, classes cover topics that span lifelong learners’ interests and pursuits,” Herman said.
The semester preview features instructors promoting their courses though 2-minute presentations. Full descriptions of courses, activities, field trips, clubs and travel, as well as instructions on how to join OLLI and register for classes, are available at olli.fsu.edu.
Students can select from a broad range of areas, including art, science, health, policy, politics and government, economics, religion, languages, history through the ages, current events, topics of local, regional, national and international interest, technology, genealogy, writing and storytelling, and nature.
Membership in OLLI at FSU is open to all adults who love to learn in a stress-free environment where there are no tests, no homework and no required reading. There are no education prerequisites.
For more information, visit https://olli.fsu.edu.