Make a resolution to learn something new in 2024—just for fun!

Register for classes that enrich and inspire through Communiversity and OLLI

The University of Cincinnati offers many opportunities to learn new skills, take up new hobbies, and meet new people—just for fun through Communiversity and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI). Both programs serve UC’s commitment to lifelong learning and community engagement through non-credit enrichment classes for adults at UC’s Victory Parkway Campus in East Walnut Hills, online via Zoom, and at other locations throughout the community.

Communiversity classes are held on weekday evenings and weekends in-person, online, and at venues around Greater Cincinnati, tailored with the adult learner in mind. UC educators, experts, and artisans from the Cincinnati area bring their passion for their topics to the classroom, offering students multiple opportunities to develop, grow, and learn something new! Whether you want to know more about Cincinnati history or pick up a new hands-on skill like painting, Communiversity offers a wide range of topics. View Communiversity classes and register online or call 513-556-6932.

OLLI serves adults aged 50 and better through daytime, weekday classes both in-person and online. The OLLI winter term, which begins January 22, includes more than 150 learning opportunities from eight-week courses to one-time presentations, workshops, and field trips on topics from art to zoology. In between, you’ll find programs on photography, languages, history, wellness, finances, movies, literature, writing, crafts, current events, music, and more. Classes offer a chance to interact with other learners in a fun, welcoming atmosphere. View OLLI classes and register online or call 513-556-9186

Are you a subject matter expert with a passion for what you do? If you are interested in sharing your own expertise, both OLLI and Communiversity welcome proposals for new classes. Come teach with us!

Featured image at top: A previous Mysteries of the Universe class taught at the UC Observatory. Photo taken by Lisa Ventre/UC Marketing + Brand.

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