OLLI at FSU, PC30A

Leadership

A letter from Council President Lettye Burgtorf

Fall 2023

OLLI'S YEARLY CALENDAR

 

October - Fall Classes Begin
February - Spring Classes Begin
April - Summer Registration
May - Summer Classes Begin

September-Fall Registration

 

 

REGISTRATION fall semester - September 12

OLLI at FSU, PC30A offers educational non-credit courses as well as entertainment through classes, field trips, socials, special events and travel. Courses cover a wide range of topics including art, sports, history, literature, science, music, etc. It is stress-free learning with no homework, no grades and no degrees required.  

Designed as a member-centered organization, OLLI allows students to expand their intellectual horizons, engage in social activities, participate in volunteer opportunities and hold key leadership positions within the organization.

Funding: The majority of the funding will come from membership dues, course fees, and Donors. Contributions can be made to the local PC30A fund to help expand course offering, lectures and other activities.

Class locations: St. Joe Corp Campus, Ohana Institute, other locations on 30A, Tallahassee campus and Zoom (if applicable).

Local Mission: The mission of OLLI at FSU PC30A is to promote a community of lifelong learning through intellectual, social and cultural programs.

OLLI Participation Reminder: OLLI is a membership-based organization. Members pay an annual membership fee of $95. This fee allows members to participate in bonus sessions, socials, and travel opportunities. Course fees usually range from $15 to $105.

Class Environment: We will continue to offer classes in various ways to support a healthy environment. Classes may be in-person on 30A and surrounding areas; on Zoom (if available); or at FSU – Tallahassee.

Advisory Council

Lettye Burgtorf, Council President
Tess Cox, Curriculum
Billy Buzzett, First Vice President
Elizabeth Cork, Curriculum
Tess Cox, Curriculum
Julie Martin, Curriculum
Martha Stroop, Curriculum
Fred Buehler, Communication