• Fall Semester (September - November): May 15
  • Spring Semester (February - April): September 15
  • Summer Semester (June - July): extended to February 26

All OLLI at UNT Faculty teach on a volunteer basis. Our Curriculum Committee, composed of OLLI at UNT members, meets prior to each academic semester to review course proposals and select courses for inclusion in the upcoming semester. If your proposal is accepted, our Faculty Support staff will contact you to confirm your course schedule and other logistics.

OLLI at UNT courses are solely intended to educate our members, not to facilitate financial gain of the instructors or of any other individuals or organizations, either directly or by increasing business or contribution opportunities. OLLI at UNT Faculty must not promote or sell any product, service, or business enterprise, including personal consulting services, to OLLI at UNT members.


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Please select the category that is most appropriate for your course.
One course session is 90 minutes long. How many sessions will it take for you to present all of your material?

Course Locations
The time slots for each of our locations are listed below. Please check the box beside your preferred time slot(s) at each location. We will do our best to schedule you during your preferred time slot(s) at the location(s) you have selected, based on availability. If you do not wish to teach at a particular location, please check the box indicating that preference.

1716 Scripture Street, Denton, TX 76201
9501 Ed Robson Boulevard, Denton, TX 76207
3901 Montecito Drive, Denton, TX 76210
2701 W. Windsor Drive, Flower Mound, TX 75028
8300 McKinney Road, Frisco, TX 75034
Please indicate whether you want to teach this course once at a single location or repeat it at multiple locations.
If your subject material requires a limited class size, please indicate that by specifying a preferred limit. Otherwise, courses will only be limited by classroom capacity. Our members sometimes experience illness and last minute schedule changes that prevent them from finishing multisession courses, so we encourage you to set your enrollment limit to slightly higher than your ideal number of students.

Recommendations for writing your Course Description & Instructor Biography
Please keep in mind that our members will be reading these two items as they decide whether they would like to attend your course. Your audience is a dedicated lifelong learner, age 50+.  We ask that your course description and instructor biography be as succinct as possible. We offer 100+ courses each semester and space in our printed materials is at a premium. Descriptions and biographies that are more than 4 sentences long may be edited for brevity in our printed publications.

Think of your course's description as a brief abstract, designed to whet the reader's appetite so that they want to attend your course to learn more. Please do not create extensive lists of session topics to be covered. Use action verbs that show participants how they will be engaged in the course.
Please begin with your first and last name, written the way you prefer. Include only aspects of your background and experience that relate to the topic that you are presenting. Please do not include a comprehensive list of your credentials.
Please consider uploading a headshot, which we may post online or in promotional material advertising your class to our members.
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