Photo of McKenzie-Merket Alumni Center - OLLI's Home (photo by Manuel Ramirez)
The mission of Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Texas Tech University is to provide enjoyable and stimulating non-credit learning and cultural opportunities for its members.
We are proud and happy to announce that beginning in Feb. 2015, the OLLI program be in TTU locations of Fredericksburg, Junction, and Marble Falls, Texas. The Lubbock and Hill Country Board of Directors are listed on "Contact Us" link.
We are self-sustaining, supported through membership dues, class fees, an endowment from the Bernard Osher Foundation, donations and in-kind support from the Texas Tech Alumni Association and Texas Tech University.
The Bernard Osher Foundation is committed to the goal of establishing a national network of lifelong learning institutes at universities across the country, and Texas Tech was among the first 70 institutions to receive funding for its program. The Osher network now consists of 117 member institutions with at least one institute in every state, four in Texas, and several at Big 12 schools.
Photo of OLLI's Office at the McKenzie-Merket Alumni Center (photo by Ethan Adams)
We gratefully acknowledge Carillon for their generosity and support of the Lubbock Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI)! We are proud to be partners with such a fine organization in our community. Please consider them if seeking exceptional retirement living.
1717 Norfolk Ave. | Lubbock, TX 79416 | 806.281.6200 | http://carillon.cc/
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