A varied schedule of noncredit courses is available for you throughout the year.
Catalogs are published in August, December, and February.
Look for the print version of the OLLI at UC catalog in the mail.
The PDF of the Spring 2016 catalog is available online by clicking the image below.
SPRING 2016 CATALOG CORRECTIONS
3603 Yes! You Can Become a Better Photographer
3635 Federal Regulations: What They Are and How They Work
3808 CINCINNATI HAPPENINGS
4010 Exploring Gender and Sexuality
4114 Historical Events that Shaped Today's Taiwan
4221 OSHA Is Not the Name of a Town in Wisconsin
4323 The Wish House and Other Stories by Rudyard Kipling
4507 Vipassana Meditation Practice
8200 ART AND HOBBY WORKSHOP
8302 SING KARAOKE
8410 Means of Memory: Memorials, Museums, and Testimony
ALL WEDNESDAY WOWS (#5064–#5071)
With the closing of Sycamore Senior Center, Wednesday WOWs will take place at Adath Israel in the Hall or Sanctuary.
CATALOG P. 8
SCIENCE, MATH & PSYCOHOLOGY
3715 Steps into Space (ADI-THU) should be course number 3815.
CATALOG P. 19
3519 Visits with Medical Specialists and Medical Experts is incorrectly listed as meeting on Thursdays. It will meet on Tuesdays.
CATALOG P. 23
TANGEMAN UNIVERSITY CENTER
Headings at the top of the page in the first two columns under TUESDAY and THURSDAY should read 9-10:25 AM (and not 9 AM-12 PM).
CATALOG P. 38
8206 Wine Appreciation
Change of location to Chesterwood Village, 8073 Tylersville Rd., West Chester.
CATALOG P. 36
8207 Introduction to Excel
Change of time and location: Wednesdays, Apr. 6–May 25, 1–2:30pm, Maple Knoll Village, 11100 Springfield Pike, Cincinnati.
CATALOG P. 38
8536 Matthew 25: Ministries
Correct price is $12 (not $20)
4408 For the Love of Music
Thursdays, Apr. 7–May 26, 10:35 am–12 pm (TUC) $5
"Listening to great music has always affected my entire being. This course will continue to share the wonder of great music and how it enriches our lives. There will be different composers and some of my performing colleagues to add to the mix" says Dick Waller. The counterpoint between the moderators—gentle, retired CSO principal clarinetist (1960–94) Dick Waller and the guru of things musical and operatic Charles Parsons—sparks interest, love, and loyalty.
Co-Moderators: Dick Waller, artistic director, Linton Chamber Music Series, 1976–2009. Charles Parsons, retired librarian, UC College of Law; author; lecturer, UC CCM; honorary PhD, Univ of Wales.