The Ask OLLI blog is a resource for Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
administrators to facilitate discussion on a variety of topics related to the creation and management of OLLI institutes nationwide.
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Posted on November 13th, 2009 by Anne Cardale, OLLI National Resource Center OLLI National Resource Center
Sarah Benton, OLLI at Penn State Asks OLLI:
If you partner with your Alumni Association, can you tell me all the ways in which you partner? Do you offer an OLLI/Alumni co-membership? If some of your OLLIs didn’t graduate from your host university, will your Alumni Association recognize them as alums and allow them to join the Alumni Association because they are OLLI students?
Posted on November 12th, 2009 by Anne Cardale, OLLI National Resource Center OLLI National Resource Center
Sarah Schutt, OLLI at UW-Madison Asks OLLI:
If your institution has a retired fac/staff group, does any OLLI out there have a formal relationship with their institution’s retired fac/staff group? What is the nature of that relationship? Does your OLLI provide any special services or adminstrative functions on behalf of the campus to support that retired fac/staff group, such as Web site, marketing? If yes, what administrative, political, etc. concerns have you faced in doing so? Does your OLLI cooperate with a retired fac/staff body in a formal, programmatic (rather than individual basis) way to solicit volunteers, teachers, discussion leaders, etc.?