UO Academic Extension provides access to personal enrichment programs and events for adults. Lifelong learning courses, seminars, workshops and trips are non-credit and ungraded.
This noncredit film seminar takes a relaxed approach to exploring the history of cinema. Each quarter the series focuses on a time period or a theme through classic and contemporary cinema.
An eight-week noncredit course in stress reduction techniques, inspired by the curriculum pioneered over thirty years ago at University of Massachusetts Medical School.
The Oregon Folklife Network (OFN) is the state of Oregon’s Folk and Traditional Arts Program, made up of a network of statewide culture and heritage partners that operate on state, regional, county, and community levels to document, support, preserve, and celebrate Oregon’s cultural traditions.
OLLI is a member-run program offering lectures, discussion groups, tours, and activities for mature adults. With sites in Bend and Eugene/Springfield, membership is open to all who have an interest in the lifelong pursuit of knowledge.
Academic Extension, in cooperation with Elderhostel Inc., offers the Road Scholar Program for the Oregon Bach Festival every summer. Program fees are all inclusive including hotel, concerts, and food during late June/early July.
Oregon residents who are 65 and older are eligible to audit some University of Oregon classes at no charge.
Interested lifelong learners can take noncredit, college-level courses on the main UO campus taught by UO professors. Classes run throughout the year and topics are available across different disciplines.