An intellectual, cultural, and social exploration for adults age 50 and above

If you’re 50 or over and interested in the sheer joy of learning, UCLA Extension invites you to join a vibrant community of like-minded adults at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UCLA (OLLI). OLLI provides a unique opportunity for retired and semi-retired individuals to participate in an extensive program of classes, lectures, discussion groups, special events, and social gatherings.You can find us in your neighborhood with locations in Westwood Village, Sherman Oaks, and Hollywood. Join OLLI today and enjoy the benefits of membership all year long!

Contact Information
You can reach us by phone at (310) 825-7093, and email You can find detailed course descriptions by visiting the UCLA Extension website here.

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Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI at UCLA) is a community of dynamic adults 50 and above who are interested in the sheer joy of learning. OLLI experiences are geared to your lifestyle. You can choose from instructor-led courses with world-class instructors, or peer-led study groups for in-depth discussions.

All OLLI Members enjoy the following:

  • Invitations to unique programs and activities within the OLLI community
  • Connection with OLLIs across the nation
  • Access to award-winning instructors and compelling courses
  • Multiple, convenient learning locations

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Free Screening: Harvest of Shame (1960)


This Peabody Award-winning documentary is considered a milestone for its unflinching examination of the plight of migrant farmworkers in the United States.


Free Screening: The Wall Within (1988)


Dan Rather interviews six former servicemen, each of whom said he had witnessed horrible acts in Vietnam.


The Gift of Life (1985)


Documentary about the practice of organ donation and the effects of waiting for the operation on the lives of individuals.


Current Brochure

Click above for a PDF our our current brochure.