Curious Minds, Adventurous Hearts

The connection of lifelong learning and community involvement with maintaining cognitive and mental health makes OLLI at UNT the most fun and exciting 'preventive medicine.'
Susan Supak, OLLI at UNT member

Are you looking for a fun way to feed your curiosity and continue your lifelong education? The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of North Texas (OLLI at UNT) isn't your average program -- it's a vibrant community of curious minds and adventurous hearts who know that engaging your brain is a key part of aging well. Each semester, OLLI at UNT offers a new selection of courses, events and trips designed by and for adults 50 and better. With more than 350 courses every year at five locations in Denton, Flower Mound and Frisco, OLLI at UNT is proud to be the premier lifelong learning program in the North Texas region.

Inspiration to begin your next adventure is what lifelong learning is all about. Visit to learn more about program offerings, membership benefits and how you can try one class for free.

Membership options include:

  • $55 annual membership, $10 per course
  • $140 annual membership, all courses included
  • Discounted $75 annual membership, all courses included, available to veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces and their spouses, as well as dues-paying members of the UNT Retiree Association, UNT Alumni Association, Flower Mound Senior Center and Frisco Senior Center.

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