UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SANTA CRUZ (UCSC)
Known for impactful research, teaching, and public service, UC Santa Cruz leads at the intersection of innovation, social justice, and sustainability. UC Santa Cruz offer the following program for older adults:
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI)
Join the vibrant 600+ members of OLLI at UCSC to pursue social, cultural and educational activities. When you join OLLI, you’ll make new friends, hear intellectually stimulating lectures, enjoy any number of the 40+ interest groups, attend short courses taught by emeriti faculty, and have a great time with other members (50 years and better) at their monthly breakfast meetings at UCSC. They have staff that speak English and Spanish and the location of their lectures, typically at the Museum of Art and History, are wheelchair accessible.
Services for Transfer & Re-entry Students (STARS)
A program for students age 25 and over who are returning to school after a break in their education,
students who are transferring from a community or other college, students who are parents, system-impacted or formerly incarcerated, and students who experience the foster care system.
UCSC Veterans Resource Center
A program that provides supportive services for UCSC students who are veterans, veteran dependents, reservists, National Guard or ROTC cadets.