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50-Plus? Time for More Learning Fun

Ever wanted to take a class on bird-watching? What about learning about the history of rock ‘n roll? Or why not discover a new exercise such as tai chi, or the sport of pickleball? For anyone age 50 or better, these are just some of the options offered by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the U. For the annual fee of $40, anyone age 50 and above can access the institute’s 70+ classes that are offered online and in Salt Lake City, as well as other lectures and special activities. 

Another program allows folks 62 or older (and veterans of any age) who are residents of Utah to audit many regular U classes for only $25 per semester. It’s just the ticket for seniors who want to keep current in fields they know or learn something new.

Visit the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute website to learn more.


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  1. If you are a senior and an alumni, but no longer a Utah resident, can you audit regular courses online for $25/semester?

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