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Review the essential facts about the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Bradley.
Lifelong learning programs at Bradley began in 1994; in 2008, the Bernard Osher Foundation awarded a grant establishing the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Bradley.
OLLI at Bradley is an endowed program of The Bernard Osher Foundation, which seeks to improve quality of life through higher education and the arts.
OLLI at Bradley is a member-driven organization, making everyone a stakeholder in the process and the results.
The OLLI strategic plan lists top member expectations as social engagement, quality experiences, helpful customer service and community involvement.
Browse OLLI brochures from 1994 until the present.
Meet the OLLI at Bradley staff.