Partners and Benefits

In order to provide dynamic and enriched educational experiences for community members, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at ASU partners with a network of diverse community, cultural, and educational organizations. Our strategic partners help us fulfill our mission to provide university-quality learning experiences.


The Arb is offering OLLI at ASU members a 20% discount off Individual memberships.

OLLI at ASU members can purchase $20 “student rush” tickets to the Arizona Opera season performances. They can also register through OLLI at ASU for free opera previews at Arizona Opera. 

OLLI at ASU members are entitled to discounted admission to the Heard Museum. OLLI at ASU partners with the Heard Museum to bring you interactive classes about American Indian art and history.

Current OLLI at ASU members receive a 20% discount to Salt River Brass performances held at the Mesa Arts Center. 

OLLI at ASU members are eligible for a $10 discount off Individual Membership at Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff - the home of Pluto.

OLLI at ASU members can purchase discounted tickets to select shows at The Nash. They can also register for classes about jazz history taught by ASU instructors affiliated with The Nash.

OLLI at ASU members can register for free lectures taught by Southwest Shakespeare Company instructors. They can purchase tickets to season performances with a 20% discount. 

OLLI at ASU members receive discounted admission and they can register for special classes hosted in the Japanese Friendship Garden.

Phoenix Theater partners with OLLI at ASU to provide exclusive lectures and current performances.

OLLI at ASU members receive a discount on tickets to Ballet Arizona. They can purchase $30 tickets ($89 value – seating in the Bronze Tier) to select Ballet Arizona matinee performances.

ASU Alumni Association offers enrollment in free OLLI lectures, discounts on educational travel trips, and many other perks.

OLLI at ASU members are eligible to receive a $4 discount off the Adult Ticket price for performances at ASU Kerr Cultural Center.  

With the support of Friends of the Tempe Public Library, OLLI classes and special events are being held at Tempe Connections.

The ASU Center for Archaeology & Society holds OLLI classes at the Deer Valley Petroglyph Preserve.

OneAZ State Credit Union Corporate Office located in the north valley offers OLLI at ASU classes in its large state-of-the-art lecture hall.

As an OLLI at ASU member, you can attend free sessions led by Experience Matters facilitators. You can also explore opportunities to serve as a volunteer tutor in Title I schools in the Valley.

Every year, OLLI at ASU members are invited to publish their writings in the ASU publication Write On, Downtown. 

OLLI at ASU members can participate in special OLLI classes which include a visit to the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix.

OLLI at ASU partners with Project Humanities to bring you classes on diverse topics.

Osher members can purchase $125 (per semester) Affiliated Fitness Membership in the ASU Sun Devil Fitness Complexes located on four ASU campuses.

The Irish Cultural Center offers education opportunities to connect Phoenicians to the vibrant Irish culture, literature, history, and music.

OLLI members are eligible to purchase discounted tickets to select shows of the ASU Herberger Institute of Design and Arts on the ASU Tempe campus.


OLLI at ASU collaborates with the Maricopa Association of Governments in projects to build age-friendly communities.

The Downtown Phoenix Ambassadors, sponsored by Downtown Phoenix, Inc., will help you find your way when you are visiting our Downtown Campus.

OLLI at ASU receive 20% off the Senior Ticket price to season performances held in select venues around the Valley.

With the support of Friendship Village Tempe, OLLI classes and special events are being held at their location.

With the support of Bank of America | Merrill Lynch, OLLI classes and special events are being held at one of their locations.

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