From youth to retirees, the University of New Hampshire has engaging open-enrollment programs for all ages and ability levels to promote enriching and healthy lifelong learning.
Below, visit the University of New Hampshire departments that specialize in lifelong learning programs, or browse the UNH Engagement Hub to see all activities available to community members.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of New Hampshire (OLLI at UNH) is a member-driven, volunteer-based membership organization that offers non-credit courses, social events, and opportunities for involvement to retired and semi-retired adults who enjoy lifelong learning in accessible and safe locations.
New Hampshire residents who are age 65 or older and are not enrolled in a degree program are eligible to take a maximum of two credit-bearing courses per academic year tuition-free. Students are responsible for all other costs of attendance, including fees. Prospective students who will be age 65 or older as of the first day of the semester or term in which they wish to take a course may register on a space-available basis and must provide proof of age and New Hampshire residency.
Whether you’re looking for day or overnight youth programs and camps, from academic enrichment to sports, UNH Youth Programs provide an endless array of opportunities for students from kindergarten through high school. Programs are held on the main UNH campus in Durham and throughout the State. Students benefit from faculty/staff interactions and the use of facilities of the State's flagship University.