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Osher: Learning minus the homework

January 12, 2009

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

Osher Institute

Has it been years since you took a course about something you really wanted to learn about? If you have been working at a career and raising a family, perhaps the only class you've taken in the last twenty years was one your boss wanted you to take.

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Colorado State University was established in 2006 as a unique learning community for adults over 50. Courses are engaging, interactive, and very affordable. And, you get to choose what courses to sign up for.

This spring, course offerings include:

  • digital photography
  • nature writing
  • memoir writing
  • U.S. foriegn policy
  • history of rock and roll

Why belong to Osher?

The reasons to join this learning community include the interactions with others who have a desire to learn and are seeking intellectual stimulation. You will have the opportunity to make new friends, make contacts, develop connections, attend social events, field trips, and free-of-charge monthly lectures and tour series.

Learn more

Find out more information about the Northern Colorado programs offered at Colorado State University.

Interested in seeing what Osher has to offer? View the Spring 2009 course schedule.   


Contact: Jean Morgenweck
E-mail: Jean.Morgenweck@colostate.edu
Phone: (303) 376-2618