No tests. No grades. No limits.


We are the University of North Texas' lifelong learning program for adults age 50 and better. Our classrooms are an ideal environment for expert instructors to share their knowledge with eager adult learners. We promote education simply for the love of learning.

 

What OLLI at UNT Offers

We provide a variety of opportunities for lifelong learners to feed their curiosity and engage with their peers. Have an idea for new programming? Contact our staff to make a suggestion.
OLLI students listening to a lecturer
Enjoy lectures by UNT faculty and other subject matter experts.
OLLI members participating in a special event.
Participate in unique educational activities.
OLLI SIG members posing for a picture.
Join an existing OLLI SIG or start your own.
OLLI members traveling on a bus.
Visit museums and other local sites of interest with us.
OLLI members in Portugal.
Join us on domestic and international trips.

8 Classroom Locations

We offer courses and other activities in Denton, Keller, Lantana, Flower Mound, Frisco, and Dallas.


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Our Staff

OLLI at UNT is administered by the staff of UNT's Lifelong Learning and Community Engagement department, which is part of the Division of Advancement.
Stephanie Reinke, EdD
Senior Director
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Leanne White, MA
Program Associate Director
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Jordan Williams, MA
Communications Strategist
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Jami Thomas, MA
Budget Officer
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Liza McLatcher
Program Project Specialist
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Want to know more about OLLI?

Learn about the history of our program, check out our mentions in the press, view our catalog archive, and read our policies.