Membership in the University of Delaware's lifelong
learning program is open to people 50 years of age or
older and to the spouses of members at any age. We welcome
you whether your formal education ended early in life
or you have acquired advanced degrees. An interest in
learning is all that is required. The program functions
as a learning cooperative, and members support its objectives
through their efforts and participation.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University
of Delaware is a program of the Division of Professional
and Continuing Studies. Members must comply with policies
and procedures of the University, including those which
prohibit sexual harassment and disruptive behavior.
The University of Delaware reserves the right to refuse
for good and sufficient reasons enrollment of any applicant.
Except for designated activities, individuals are not
permitted to conduct sales or solicitations on campus
or to solicit using any other venue, including electronic
program operates as a learning cooperative. All volunteers,
including instructors, must be members of the program
and serve in a variety of areas, such as instruction,
council, reception/information, duplicating, audiovisual,
outreach, art, and social activities. Members who serve
as instructors, on committees, and in a variety of other
roles are supported in their efforts by other members
and staff. Members who would like to serve in a specific
area or explore the idea of teaching a course may express
their interest by contacting a program staff member.
Lifelong learning instructors are volunteers who are
willing to teach and share their knowledge. Their opinions
or perspectives are their own and not the opinions or
positions of the program or of the University of Delaware.