When do classes start? When do classes end?
Our university-quality classes start throughout the semester and can be up to eight weeks long. You will find the specific start and end dates for each course/activity listed with their descriptions on our website and in the Osher catalog. These dates will also appear on the confirmation letter sent to you after you register.

Who teaches the classes?
Current and retired SDSU professors, faculty from other universities, professionals with recognized expertise in their fields, and award-winning artists and authors.

How much does membership cost?
Renewing Member fee = $25
New Member fee = $30
Note: Membership is not optional, but does include special “member only” events and lectures.

What is the price per class?
Fees vary, depending on the type and length of the course. You will find each course fee listed with the description our website: neverstoplearning.net/osher and in the Osher catalog.

Do you ever cancel classes?
If we do not have sufficient enrollments to cover expenses related to the course, we will have to cancel. You can help by recruiting others to join you in the class. If your course is cancelled, you have the option to transfer your registration to another eligible offering within the same semester or receive a full refund for your course.

Where do I park?
Parking is conveniently located steps away from the buildings where classes are held and the cost of parking is included with your course fees. Please refer to: Map, Parking, & Transportation for more information.

What is the Osher refund policy and schedule?
Please refer to: How to Register for more information on the Osher refund policy.

Can I enroll in a course after the registration deadline has passed?
Osher staff approval is required.  Please see How to Register for more information on Osher late registration.

May I bring a guest?
Yes. Please see How to Register for more information on bringing a friend to check out one session of an eligible course.

Are there accommodations for disabled students such as wheelchair access or assistance with hearing?
Yes, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at San Diego State University is sensitive to the needs of those with disabilities and will do our best to help accommodate our students. Students may contact the SDSU Student Disabilities Services at (619) 594-6473 to request assistance with various needs.

How can my group request an Osher Institute at SDSU presentation, someone to table an event, or request additional information regarding the Osher Institute at SDSU?
Email osher@sdsu.edu or call (619) 594-2863 and a staff member will get back to you within one business day.