UW Libraries Retirees
Featured: Literary Voices
Attend the Friends of the Libraries 12th annual Literary Voices with keynote Annie Proulx, Pulitzer prize winning author of The Shipping News, Barkskins and the short story "Brokeback Mountain."
Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at 6:00 to 9:30 pm in the HUB North Ballroom
Dine with Pacific Northwest authors and support Libraries student employee scholarships! Tickets are $150 per person or $1,500 per table. Register online.
Library Events & Exhibits
Give to the Libraries
To celebrate the launch of the University’s campaign, the UW Libraries is pleased to announce a matching opportunity for faculty, staff and retirees. For a limited time, your gift to support the Libraries Student Endowed Scholarship fund or to establish a new student endowment will be matched at 50 percent. Every gift makes a difference. Thank you for supporting current and future students at the UW!
Life Long Learning @ UW
- Access Program
The Access program at the University of Washington allows Washington state residents aged 60 and older to audit one or two university courses per quarter on a space-available basis.
- Alumni Tours
Our tour operators specialize in educational travel. Most trips feature destination-specific lectures by local experts, UW faculty or faculty from a partner university.
- Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
OLLI-UW programs, courses, and events offer adults over the age of 50 a lively learning environment in which to explore intellectual and cultural topics of interest, share their experiences and talents, and meet new people. Programs are offered at various locations throughout the Puget Sound area.