The Southeast Tucson Campus is focused on Southeast Tucson, Rita Ranch, Vail areas. Our primary meeting locations are Christ Lutheran Vail Church, the Vail Chamber of Commerce, and the Lodge at Del Webb. We are a fun, informative, stimulating, and communal environment.
Semester Dates: 10 weeks (1/27 - 4/3)
Classes: view and register for Spring classes (starting 12/23) or view PDF catalogs
Priority Request Registration (PRR): 12/23 to 1/13 (Registration requests can be made at any time during the PRR window. Registration is assigned based on the priorities you enter during the registration process.)
Cost: $95 Spring Only - Unlimited Classes
Dates subject to change.
A Southeast Tucson campus membership unlocks access to all Southeast Tucson classes for that semester, plus other membership benefits! We have flexible membership options to match your budget and schedule:
We have a great diversity of study groups on topics ranging from art and culture to literature, health, history and science.
The majority of study group sessions are 1 to 2 hours. We tend to have a variety of field trips to explore the area and offerings around us, which can last longer depending on location.
If you're new to OLLI-UA, The first step is purchasing a Southeast Tucson campus membership. After you purchase a membership, you can register for classes.
Current Southeast Tucson members, log in to renew your membership, register for classes and access other member benefits.
Our primary meeting locations are Christ Lutheran Vail Church, the Vail Chamber of Commerce, and the Lodge at Del Webb. Click on the map to the right for more information.
We welcome new members and make sure that they have the opportunity to be introduced during classes. At the end of each semester, we have a social event to bring everyone together. Our annual meeting invites the entire campus to meet fellow members and hear updates on campus progress.
Southeast Tucson Leadership Opportunities
Our campus is wide open for volunteer opportunities. We are always looking for motivated members to run for campus council, work in support roles such as Audio/Visual or class greeters or study group leaders.