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Bonus Programs for Osher Members

Make the most of your Osher member benefits, learn more about University of Richmond campus resources, explore special opportunities open to Osher members and enjoy social gatherings. Free to Osher members, and some of the bonus programs are open to prospective Osher members.

To access and view these programs, log into the Osher Online Registration Portal using your membership credentials (the username and password you set for purchasing/renewing memberships and registering for classes). Once logged in, youÆll be able to view the programs that are free and open to Osher members, in addition to those that are open to the public, under “Free Classes and Events.”

Sample Programs

We offer the following Bonus Programs for Osher members on a regular basis; review the online registration portal for the most up-to-date list.

Bounty of Boatwright

Are you excited about the ability to use the wonderful resources of Boatwright Memorial Library, but not sure where to start? At this session, you'll learn how to find books, articles, and other resources that are of interest to you. We'll also highlight some of the more interesting and unusual digital collections and databases that you might not have seen.

Campus Walk/Tour

Join us for a walking tour of the beautiful University of Richmond campus. Led by Osher members, the tour provides an orientation to important campus locations, including the Heilman Dining Center, One Card Office, Post Office, other food sites, and parking lots. Also included will be the locations of Osher member benefits, including the Modlin Center for Performing Arts and the Boatwright Library. We will begin our tour at the location of the Osher Member Orientation, as soon as it's completed. Note: Good walking shoes are recommended. This event is free and open to the public.

Osher Member Orientation

Learn from other Osher members how to access and fully enjoy the many benefits of being an Osher member and a member of the UR community.

Taking Your Passion to the Next Level: A Workshop for Developing and Leading Osher Courses

Are you contemplating teaching an Osher course? Facilitated by Osher members who lead courses, this session covers the ingredients of peer-led Osher Institute courses.

Contact Us

Osher Institute
Special Programs Building 100
490 Westhampton Way
Univ. of Richmond, VA 23173
Phone: (804) 287-6608
Fax: (804) 287-1264
osher@richmond.edu

Monday-Friday: 8:30am–5pm
Closed for University holidays