Perpetual Immigrants: The Asian American Story, The York Fair: Past Present, and Future, and Golden Nuggets From 30 Years in Criminal Prosecution are just three of the 110 courses being offered for spring through the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Penn State York. Registration for members begins on Monday, Jan. 25 with registration for nonmembers set for Feb. 8. OLLI’s spring semester begins March 1.
"The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Penn State York is a hidden gem for those 50 or older who have a love of learning and want to build social connections,” said Jen May, director of OLLI at Penn State York. “Members may participate in any OLLI activity, which includes courses, trips (post-COVID,) social activities, and Special Interest Groups (SIGs). Some courses are also available to nonmembers,” she said.
More than 110 courses are planned for spring, 90 in-person and 20 offered via Zoom. In-person courses will be held at Wisehaven Terrace Room at the Wisehaven Event Center in York, Pennsylvania, to ensure social distancing of participants. OLLI follows strict COVID mitigation policies for the in-person courses. To see the full list of courses and other detailed information, download a PDF of the OLLI spring catalog here.