Teach a Course
We invite you to volunteer to teach for OLLI at UNT. Many OLLI at UNT faculty are retired professors, but others are active UNT faculty or area professionals who are interested in sharing their expertise and love of a subject with a community of senior learners. You could teach in your area of academic expertise, or you can offer course in subjects of personal interest to you. One of the chief aims of the OLLI program is to provide older adults with intellectually stimulating educational activities that allow them to engage in a substantive way with important ideas and subject matter. Keeping in line with that mission, we encourage our OLLI at UNT faculty members to consider teaching a multi-session course. Courses can run from one to four 90-minute sessions.
- A faculty member may attend courses during the semester they teach at no cost. To claim a complimentary faculty membership, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Faculty members who teach at our Scripture Street location may park in our dedicated OLLI Faculty spot right up front.
- Faculty members who teach at Robson Ranch will receive a discounted meal voucher for the Wildhorse Grill.
- Any faculty member that is a current UNT professor or staff member will receive a letter of appreciation from our director that will also be sent to their corresponding Dean and Chair.
- Teaching for OLLI at UNT is a unique volunteer opportunity that is very valuable on a resume.
- All faculty members are invited to attend our Annual Faculty Appreciation Reception that is held in May.