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Programs

Take a course this fall with Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

October 3, 2009

Most of us never lose our desire to learn. The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute provides the opportunity for adults over 50 to take courses without prerequisites, tests, degree requirements, and stress.

Osher Institute

It’s not too late to join the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute this fall! The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Colorado State University is a unique learning community for adults aged 50 and better that offers the very best in continuing education. Designed to challenge and inform, courses are small, engaging, interactive, and very affordable.

Osher provides continuous opportunities to seek knowledge, get together to discuss and share it, ask questions, exchange ideas, stay current, and explore new insights. Members of Osher share a common bond of intellectual curiosity and the experiences of their generation, and through their participation explore new ideas and experiences and take an active part in shaping the world around us.

“As more and more individuals enter this stage of life they seek creative ways to remain intellectually active and involved,” said Jean Morgenweck, co-director of the Osher Program at Colorado State. “Many individuals 50 years and better want to learn for the pure joy of learning and this is a wonderful opportunity for Continuing Education to bring a vibrant program to the Fort Collins community.”

October courses

This fall, Osher is excited to offer a wide variety of courses about topics ranging from global and cultural awareness to personal skill development. Each course meets once a week at varying times in the morning, afternoon, and evening. Course length ranges from one to 12 weeks depending on the topic. Become a member of Osher and register today before the classes you want fill up! You can view and register for all courses on the Osher website, http://www.learn.colostate.edu/osher.

Courses beginning in October explore topics including South Africa; memoirs; a film series; desktop publishing; the Japanese art of flower arranging; Colorado water issues; natural history; Eurasian culture; Paleolithic and Neolithic goddesses; the Supreme Court; financial planning; and wine.

Learn more

To learn more about Osher or to enroll in courses, call (970) 491-7753 or visit our website at www.learn.colostate.edu/osher .

Interested in viewing more details about our fall courses? View the Fall 2009 course schedule or the Fall 2009 Osher catalog.


Contact: Jeanna Nixon
E-mail: jeanna.nixon@learn.colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-2817