Turn up the volume for lifelong learning, support OLLI at MSU
Bozeman attracts residents who seek adventure and life opportunities, and OLLI at MSU is no exception. Established as "Wonderlust" by enthusiastic retiree's in 2001, the founder’s legacy and mission continues strong. Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at MSU is an intellectual and social community of young at heart learners. OLLI at MSU offers engaging and thought provoking programs for curious learners 50 years of age and better.
"Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young." - Henry Ford.
Staying mentally, socially, and physically active helps combat an aging mind. Though as nature would have it, with age comes aging and often hearing loss. We wish for our learners to have the opportunity to clearly hear the lifelong learning programs they cherish.
With your support, our community of learners will have the ability to fully engage and actively participate in their learning experiences. Giving Day proceeds will help OLLI at MSU purchase mobile audio enhancement devices to use during our lifelong learning classroom and travel programs.
Hearing half a presentation can be a frustrating experience. Having to repeat yourself can be just as maddening. A set of mobile audio enhancement devices will re-connect senior OLLI at MSU students to their instructors and peers.
Help us TURN UP THE VOLUME on curiosity… for life.