Your health and safety are our first priority. In accordance with the current public health directives, we will be hosting online only courses for the Winter Session 2020.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Premium Member: Begins on August 17
Basic and Session Members: Begins on August 24
Registration for the Winter 2020 session is online in accordance with public health guidelines. If you need assistance, simply call our office and leave a voicemail (415) 458-3763 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Registration Help. A member of our team will contact you as soon as possible during business hours, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
You will receive an enrollment confirmation via email. If you have any questions please call (415) 458-3763.
Members are eligible for a refund of all fees minus an administrative fee of $25, if the request is received in writing at least one week before the first class of the session.
Dominican students (undergraduate and graduate) may audit courses. Otherwise, auditing is not permitted. Additionally, please be informed, members may not visit courses that are full.
Yes. If you wish to be considered for a scholarship, please send an email with the subject line SCHOLARSHIP. Include your contact information and most recent tax statement (the page with the taxable income). We recommend that you send your request before September 1. If you are selected for a scholarship, you pay the administrative fee of $25 each session and may attend two courses per session.
Yes. Dominican University faculty, staff, and alumni are eligible for discounts. Please note: discounts are not extended to family members.
Classes are taught by experienced professors in the discipline, the majority of whom hold a Ph.D. in their field. Certain classes such as film, law, and medicine are taught by distinguished practitioners.
According to OLLI policy, homework cannot be required. Some faculty may recommend particular books, articles or websites.
As of summer 2020, the OLLI on-campus offices are not open. The OLLI team is fully operational from home offices per public health guidelines. If you require assistance, simply send an email or leave a voicemail.