UNT OLLI offers adults age 50 and older lifelong learning opportunities

UNT will offer more than 100 courses each year to adults age 50 and older through the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UNT, formerly UNT's Emeritus College.

Established in 2009, UNT's Emeritus College has offered lifelong learning initiatives. The college was recognized by The Bernard Osher Foundation and was recently renamed to become one of the 120 schools in the institute's network.

Educational trips are planned as well as course offerings at the main campus in Denton, at Robson Ranch and at UNT's New College at Frisco. Learn more at lifelong.unt.edu/olli.

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