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Anyone 50+ can become a member! Our members come from all walks of life. Many are retired, yet others are still working. There are no educational requirements. As a member, you will belong to an exclusive and vibrant learning community – a community of peers who have discovered the joy and thrill of lifelong learning fused with university-quality learning experiences and social enrichment.
You become a member at the time you register for classes each semester. You will receive a member ID card through our online registration system, or on your first day of class. Membership is required to enroll in our classes.
You do not have to register for classes to become a member of OLLI at ASU, but we encourage you to do so. Our non-credit classes and social media networks offer intellectual stimulation and a forum for friendship and socialization.
A $20 per semester membership fee ($10 in the summer semester) entitles you to take as many low-cost classes at as many locations as you choose. Quantity class discounts are not offered on our very low fees.
Membership fees are paid each semester, at the time of registration, and not annually. This gives our members – many of whom are snowbirds – the flexibility to pay for only the semester they wish to enroll.
Membership fees are critical to our institute’s success and sustainability. They help support dynamic quality programming and remind students that they are part of an engaged learning community and a national network of lifelong learners. The Bernard Osher Foundation allows each institute to develop a fee structure that is best suited to its local community. The Osher Foundation only supports OLLI programs that have developed a sustainable financial model, which includes renewable membership fees.
Participants in OLLI at ASU are subject to the Student Code of Conduct, established by the Arizona Board of Regents (see https://students.asu.edu/srr/policies). The Student Code of Conduct is designed to promote and protect an environment that encourages reasoned discourse, intellectual honesty, openness to constructive change, and respect for the rights of all individuals. To see OLLI at ASU's Member Code of Conduct, click here.
Currently, OLLI at ASU does not share in reciprocal agreements. Each OLLI is an entirely independent entity -- financially and programmatically. From time-to-time individual OLLIs may develop limited reciprocal initiatives or exchanges, so you may wish to inquire when you register at an OLLI.