HAMPTON, Va. (October 4, 2019) –Hampton University recently hosted an open house for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI).
This program offers classes, as well as opportunities for travel to retirees and adults over the age of 50. During the event, the program director, Alisha Foster, greeted all prospective members and informed them of all the program has to offer. Classes include line dancing, foreign language, computers for beginners, swimming for beginners, and much more.
Osher is an affordable program that caters to those looking for extracurricular activities with like-minded individuals. OLLI is not just for retirees but also for all adults over the age of 50. Anyone can join the program as a member for $35 a year. This membership includes discounts on all OLLI classes, access to the HU library and computer lab, free admission to the Hampton University Museum and more. There are also other social activities and trips available for OLLI members; fees will vary. Trips for 2020 will include The Greek Islands, South Africa and Dubai to name a few. Student membership offers up to three classes for just $50 per term.
“Three things our students get out of our OLLI program is exciting and stimulating non-credit courses throughout the year, make new friends, be in the company of like-minded mature adults and have lots of fun,” said Foster.
For more information about OLLI or about joining, please visit their website at: http://universitycollege.hamptonu.edu/page/osher-lifelong-learning-institute