The catalog contains:
- OLLI at UNT Program Description
- Class Calendar
- Class Descriptions
- Spring 2018 Events
- Spring 2018 Lecture Series
How to Enroll in Classes
To enroll in classes, you must first be a registered OLLI at UNT member. To register as a member and pay your membership fee, click here.
If you have a question about your membership status, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 940-369-7293.
Current Members: If you have already paid your membership fee for the year, you are eligible to enroll in classes. Please choose from the options below.
Spring 2018 Classes By Category:
Art + Theatre
Health + Wellness
|Graphic Design History||Pollinators, Pollination, and Propagation of Native Plants||The Buzz about CBD||Protecting Your Good Name: ID Theft Protection|
|Arts Education as Citizenship Education||Landscaping with Natives to Attract Birds to Your Backyard||Healthy Eating for Seniors||21st Century Policing: A Paradigm Shift|
|Digital Photography as a Hobby||Border Wall or No Border Wall: How Will its Possible Construction Affect the Border Environment||Focus on Forgiveness for Health and Happiness||Introduction to Criminal Profiling for the Amateur|
|Fences and Two Other Great Plays by August Wilson||Sexuality for Older People||Introduction to Internet True Crime Sleuthing|
|The American Musical: Theatre, Film, and Television||Life Balance and Stress Reduction through Meditation||Campus and Personal Safety|
|A View from the Intersection of Art and Technology|
|Intro. to Acting|
Finance + Business
Philosophy + Religion
|A History of US Economic Crises from 1979 to 2010||Savvy Social Security for Boomers||Public Opinion Polling in Contemporary Politics||Gilgamesh, the Bible, and Human Nature|
|If These Walls Could Talk! King Louis XIV at Versailles||2017 US Tax Laws and Preparations for the Newly Single||Should the US Maintain or Lift Sanctions on Cuba?||Exploring the Quran through New Testament Figures and Concepts|
|Peleliu: The Forgotten Battle of WWII||Investing for Beginners||Today's Global Troublespots||Thomas Aquinas: A Catalyst in the History of Human Thought|
|American Conspiracy Theories||Protecting Your Health and Your Wealth||Populism and Politics from Julius Caesar to President Trump||A Quick Guide to the Old Testament|
|The Soviet Empire Died Laughing||Five Things You Should Know About Your Retirement||Mexico's Multiple Challenges in the 2018 Election||The Historical Jesus|
|Wearing Green on St. Patrick's Day? Probably!||Little Engines that Could: Microenterprises in Developing Countries||Learning from Young Immigrants' Stories|
|Two Views of Iwo Jima: How the Japanese and American Media Interpreted the Iconic Battle||Appealing Your Denton County Property Appraisal||Planning for Growth: How to Effectively Engage in City Development|
|The Spanish Romeria to Rocio||Women and Money: Taking Charge of Your Financial Future||Gerrymandering: The Crippling of Our Democracy and How to Fight Back|
|The Pacific Northwest: A Few Snapshots in Depth|
|Needlework Through History|
Language + Literature
Math + Science + Technology
|Denton's African American Quakertown Story||Let's Read a Short Story: Graham Greene's "The Destructors"||The Evolving Landscape of Music in Higher Education||Cassini and Other Remote Investigations of Our Solar System and Beyond|
|Texas Culture||A Love of Words||Music at the Movies: The Sequel||PowerPoint for Dummies|
|Then and Now||"I Don't Understand What You're Saying!" Cultivating Intercultural Communication Competencies||Song Interpretation||Fire in the Mind: The 1970's Computer Decade and How the Microprocessor Changed the World|
|North Texas State Fair and Rodeo||Language and Culture in the Deaf Community||A Deeper Understanding of Jazz!||The Biology and Genetics of Aging: How to Live Long and Prosper|
|The Material History of Uncle Tom's Cabin||Treasures of the UNT Music Library||How Color Psychology Can Enrich Your Life|
|Poetry and Prose||A Brief History of Early Jazz||Hurricanes and Severe Storms: Is This Climate Change Revenge?|
|A Discussion of First Women by Kate Brower||The History of Sound Recording||Geometry and Billiards Played on a Triangular Table|
|Sense OR Sensibility? That is the Question||What We Know about Music and Older Adults||Psychology of Death and Dying|
|"Kirk and Spock Did What?" A Brief History of Fan Fiction as a Tool for Learning How to Write||Understanding Wireless Mobile Phones for Seniors|
|He'd Rather be Exploring: Henry Morton Stanley's Adventure Journalism in Africa|
When is the enrollment period?
Prior to each semester, OLLI at UNT releases its catalog of classes. Once the catalog is released, members may begin enrolling in classes. Members may add classes to their personal schedule throughout each semester.
What are OLLI at UNT classes like?
- We offer classes at four locations.
- No prerequisites. Members can enroll in any of the classes offered.
- Classes are generally lecture style, followed by Q&A.
- No tests or grades.
- No mandatory assignments.