OLLI is a membership program for learning in retirement. Founded in the Spring of 1990 as AUall, it has grown to over 600 members. It is composed of people who participate in not for credit academic classes and other learning opportunities on an organized basis. Members plan the topics to be studied through a Curriculum Committee. Peer leadership is the key to its fun and success. Members make all decisions relating to the curriculum and the operation of the organization. All activities are designed, coordinated and evaluated by members. OLLI is housed in the Auburn University Outreach Division.
Last Updated: November 29, 2012