OLLI … where curiosity never retires.
OLLI is a lifelong learning institute in the division of University Outreach. We offer not-for-credit classes designed for people over 50 years old. However, younger people are always welcome to join.
OLLI’s public lectures, weekly brown bag lunch and learn series, artists’ talks, workshops, and readings not only fulfill our mission to provide life-enhancing lifelong learning opportunities for our members, but also allow us to bring the joy of learning to the public.
As we plan to reopen after COVID in the 2021-22 academic year, we are bringing to Auburn writers, artists, scientists, and historians for a very special series, titled “Wild Alabama,” focusing on the wilderness areas of our beautiful state.
Tiger Giving Day 2021 funds will directly help OLLI provide programs for members and help increase our public outreach by providing much-needed matching funds for grants that make our public programs possible.
Donate now to help us host public programs by nationally acclaimed memoirists and nature writers Margaret Renkl and Drew Lanham, as well as regional experts on the health, beauty, and protection of Alabama’s designated wilderness areas.