Everyone is a "new member" again in the Fall & Winter sessions and must pay the $40.00 membership fee.
Enrollment in all computer and lecture classes with LIMITS will be on a first-come - first served basis. Please come to the OLLI office to register to be sure of a place in a class. Mailed-in forms will be posted on the afternoon of the day they arrive.
CALL THE OLLI OFFICE TO FIND OUT THE LATEST INFORMATION ABOUT LIMITS / CHANGES
or CLASSES THAT ARE FULL
(562 - 985- 8237)
You can complete a COURSE FEEDBACK FORM at any time during the session. The Curriculum Committee uses the information to improve, change, search for instructors for OLLI classes. Please let us know how you review the classes at OLLI. Return the FORM to the OLLI office.
CSULB Foundation charges a $10.00 per check fee for all returned checks. If your check is returned, you will be responsible to pay the amount of your check plus $10.00.
Any check returned to University Parking Services by your bank will be handled by the University. A letter will be sent to you by the University. Please be sure to follow the instructions outlined in the letter.
No refunds will be made after the first week of classes for parking passes or for class fees. Notice is posted on the monitor and made in announements.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI at CSULB) is located in the HS&D building on the California State University, Long Beach campus. Room 101 is the lecture classroom, Room 100-A is the computer classroom and Room 100-B is the administrative office.
Please visit with friends before or after class outside the classroom. Please keep your voices down when you are in the hall as they may disturb classes that are in session and people working in the offices in the building.
DON’T FORGET TO TURN OFF YOUR CELL PHONES (or set to vibrate)!
Our instructors come with a wide variety of backgrounds, experiences and influences. We strive to provide diverse views while maintaining the highest quality and academic excellence in all classes. The views of the instructors and their guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect nor represent the views of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at CSULB.