lifelong learning

OLLI Will Put a Spring in Your Spring

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

OLLI at CSU, Chico’s Spring 2016 term is a cultural feast that celebrates wide-ranging interests in history, literature, the natural and social sciences, fine arts, and current events. Whether it involves the discovery of your genealogical heritage or finding your singing voice, there is something for everyone at OLLI this spring.

OLLI at CSU, Chico Awarded Second $1 Million Endowment

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at CSU, ChicoThe Bernard Osher Foundation has awarded California State University, Chico a second $1 million endowment for its Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI). The announcement was made by CSU, Chico President Paul Zingg, Wednesday during OLLI’s annual holiday luncheon.

OLLI Open Houses To Showcase 86 Spring Classes For Adults 50+

Thursday, January 9, 2014

OLLI at CSU, ChicoThe Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at CSU, Chico is excited to announce spring class line up at a pair of Open House & Class Preview events in Chico and Oroville. Hear from OLLI peer leaders about class content for more than 85 courses ranging from arts and literature, history, banking, social issues and current events to science, meditation, foreign languages, birding, walking, and special interest groups.

A Gym Membership for the Mind

Friday, December 13, 2013

OLLI at CSU, Chico Keeps Lifelong Learners Sharp

It’s the time of year for making New Year resolutions. Unfortunately, we all know how those typically turn out.  Within a week, or even 24 hours, we’ve abandoned goals to get fit, master a skill, save money, or volunteer to help others. Old habits are hard to break and creating new ones can take much time and effort.

ElderCollege Orientation - January 19

Please make plans to join us for our next ElderCollege Orientation which will be held Tuesday, January 19, 2010 in the Continuing Education classroom on the Chico State campus. If you are sixty (60) or older, you are eligible for ElderCollege. ElderCollege allows you to attend University courses on a non-credit basis with the permission of the professor. For more information please visit or give us a call 530-898-6105.