OLLI at WMU members attend a course

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at WMU offers high quality non-credit programs for mature adults in the greater Kalamazoo community.

Registration CTA

Fall course registration is now open!

To get started, you can browse the OLLI at WMU Digital Course Catalog, or go directly to the course registration system.

Sign in to your account

Actions

  • image: OLLI member taking notes during a class event

    Learn

    OLLI at WMU provides a wide variety of courses, seminars, and educational experiences across a broad array of topics.

    See courses and events

  • image: OLLI volunteer smiling for the camera

    Volunteer

    Get involved with the OLLI at WMU community through teaching, coordinating events, and helping to shape the future of lifelong learning.

    Learn more

  • image: a blooming flower on WMU's campus

    Give

    OLLI at WMU accepts donations to support its continuing mission to deliver high-quality experiences for lifelong learners.

    Make a gift

About OLLI

 

Founded in 2011, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at WMU offers high quality non-credit programs for mature adults in the greater Kalamazoo community. This volunteer organization, with support from WMUx, works with WMU emeriti, faculty and staff to offer courses, events and trips year-round. 

OLLI at WMU is proud to have created a community of lifelong learners in Kalamazoo and looks forward to continued growth as it creates more and more diverse learning experiences for its members.

CTAs

  • icon: newsletter

    All Life is Learning

    Read the current edition of the monthly OLLI at WMU newsletter.

    October 2022

  • icon: christmas gift box

    Gift a Membership

    For just $35, give the gift of learning this holiday season. Call us at (269) 387-4157.

    Call us today

Supporting Partners

  • Humana

  • Logo: Zhang Financial

    Zhang Financial

  • Logo: Kalamazoo Community Foundation

    Kalamazoo Community Foundation

  • logo: WMUK

    WMUK - public radio from Western Michigan University

  • Friendship Village logo

    Friendship Village of Kalamazoo