You are here
Every semester, Temple University’s Senior Scholars program invites Temple alumni and friends to audit select undergraduate classes offered on Main, Ambler, Center City, and Harrisburg Campuses. By auditing classes, Senior Scholars have the chance to come back to campus and continue to learn without the pressure they may have felt as students.
Senior Scholars is an opportunity for Temple alumni and their spouses or partners, age 50 or older, to audit select undergraduate courses alongside current Temple students. Explore topics you’ve always wanted to pursue and be a part of diverse, lively classroom discussions.
If you enjoy active, stimulating classes with great teachers, topics, and students, the Lifelong Learning Society series of classes is for you! Classes are designed for learners 50 and up, but adult learners of all ages are welcome.
After paying the semester fee, you may enroll in as many of the Lifelong Learning Society courses as you like. Course topics typically include current events, history, politics, art, drawing, music and more.
Classes are offered during the day on Mondays and Wednesdays at the Temple University Ambler campus during the fall and spring semesters.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Temple University is a lifelong learning academy where people 50 years and older attend classes and pursue the joy of learning without the traditional academic requirements of tests and grades. All classes are held during the day in Center City Philadelphia. OLLI celebrates and enriches aging, by creating a vibrant educational community, where people 50 years and over learn, teach, and discover together.
Want to learn something new, find a hobby, or just meet others with a passion for learning?
Temple University's Personal Enrichment and Lifelong Learning programs provide the springboard for your learning goals: