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Student ID cards and evening courses

Posted on August 26th, 2009 by Anne Cardale, OLLI National Resource Center

Jacqueline Gratz, OLLI at Towson University Asks OLLI:
 
Do your OLLI students receive official student ID cards from your university that can be used for reduced entrance fees at various events, both within and outside the university.    If so, what is the procedure whereby they procure the cards?
 
Do you offer evening courses?  If so, how many, which evenings, and what time?  Are they well attended?  Have they been as successful as your daytime courses?