Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at CSULB will hold its winter session registration on Saturday, Jan. 6, at 9 a.m. with the general membership meeting at 10 a.m. The meeting will be held in the Human Services and Design building, Room 101, near the corner of Palo Verde Avenue and Anaheim Road. Free parking for this event will be available in Lot 9. The winter session runs from Jan. 22-March 19.
Shari Delaney will be the guest speaker at the general meeting and will talk about the U.S. Postal Inspection Bureau, specifically touching on investment fraud, identify theft, mail scams, and other security issues.
OLLI at CSULB, formerly Senior University, was established a decade ago and membership has grown from 50 to more than 750 students, providing learning opportunities for older adults.
OLLI offers classes in four eight-week sessions each year for adults 50 years of age or older. The classes are taught by current and emeriti university professors, current and former industry experts, CSULB graduate students, and others with skills and knowledge in various fields and disciplines.
Computer classes range from fundamentals to graphics and the use of digital cameras, and are conducted in a 10-workstation lab by skilled instructors and coaches. Lecture classes are offered on a wide variety of topics including health, music, science, literature, creative writing, art, history, finance, politics, travel, Spanish, yoga, and bridge.
Annual OLLI membership is $40, pro-rated to $20 for both the spring and summer sessions. Tuition is $10 per lecture course and $45 per computer course, which also require an annual $40 SeniorNet membership fee.
For further information, call the OLLI Office at 562/985-8237, send an e-mail message to email@example.com, or visit its Web site at www.csulb.edu/centers/senior-university.