The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Utah offers a rich and evolving array of courses, lectures, and special activities, taught by distinguished emeritus faculty, scholars, and community experts. Members from all walks of life bring a lifetime of experience to the classroom and our activities. If you're age 50 or better, come and join us!
Classes range from current events to arts and culture, Utah-specific topics and politics, to tech and healthy living. Check out the available classes.
Not only will you make discoveries that may change your life, but you'll meet many a life-loving friend. Become a member today!
These are group field trips to places of interest along the Wasatch front. Special events are reserved for Osher members. RSVP today!
A special free event for people age 50 and better
Come and join or renew your membership in this thriving community of over 1,300 lifelong learners ages 50 and better. Find out about and register for upcoming fall courses and meet the instructors.
August 9, 2017 – 10 am to 12 pm
University Guest House Ballroom, 110 South Fort Douglas Blvd., SLC
Light continental breakfast bar and beverages
Limited space. RSVP today! 801-581-6461
Follow directional signs to free parking at the University Guest House.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at University of Utah creates opportunities for academic engagement, civic involvement, personal growth and fun. Check us out at our fall open house where you can enjoy a sample lecture, pick up our latest catalog of courses and sign up on the spot, enjoy refreshments, and meet other active, engaged community members!
Life in Balance: Exercising to Maintain Independence
Jim Ballard, PT, DPT, GCS
Clinical Director, University Rehabilitation and Wellness Clinic, Physical Therapy & Athletic Training
Can't Attend the Open House?
Call 801-581-6461 or visit osher.utah.edu to learn more about the program and the benefits of membership or to request a catalog.
Dean is well prepared, offered a strong overview of the public land issues and provided qualified quest speakers. As a result the class participation was high and we were actively engaged. On top of that, he's a witty guy.
— Joel M., Spring 2017