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OLLI Winter Registration On Now

Published: December 5, 2016

Registration for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at CSULB is currently taking place and can be done in person in the OLLI classroom located in the CSULB Human Services and Design Building, Room 101, near the corner of Palo Verde Avenue and East University Drive. Registration can also be done by mail. The OLLI office is open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The winter session runs from Jan. 4 through Feb. 28.

OLLI is offering a host of lecture classes this winter, including Strength and Struggle, Rock and Roll: The First 25, Sports: the Good, Bad and the Ugly, Irish Cowboys and Write a Feature Article. Returning this session will be Short Stories, Non-Violent Communication and Beginning Watercolor Painting. For individuals looking to improve their health and fitness, OLLI offers Stand Tall (new), Longevity Stick and Shall We Dance? The activity classes are held in the LifeFit Center on the CSULB campus.

OLLI computer classes are conducted by skilled instructors in a 12-seat state-of-the-art PC- and Mac-equipped lab, also on the CSULB campus. New computer classes this winter will be Mobile Security and Advanced Windows 10. These and 12 other classes will be offered Monday through Thursday and will use the new Windows 10.

OLLI logoOLLI currently has four convenient locations for classes—HS&D Building on the CSULB campus, rooms 101 and 119; OLLI Pine Avenue at 737 Pine Avenue, Suite 202; OLLI Leisure World 13533 Seal Beach Boulevard in Seal Beach; and the Albert Jewish Community Center at 3801 East Willow Street in Long Beach.

OLLI at CSULB’s annual membership fee of $40 covers the winter, spring, summer and fall sessions and is pro-rated for the spring and summer sessions at $20. Tuition is $10 per lecture class and $35 for eight-week computer classes and $20 per four-week computer classes. Parking permits are available for a fee.

The SUN, OLLI’s official magazine, contains the current winter information, so those interested can see classes being offered.

For additional information or o request a copy of The Sun, call the OLLI office at 562/985-8237, send an email to or visit its website.