Becoming a member of Osher allows you to maximize your experience as a lifelong learner.
Membership benefits include:
- Special member pricing for courses, lectures, and events
- Eligibility to register for book clubs and special events
- Early registration*
- SDSU library privileges between 7 am-6 pm (requires SDSUcard)
- Special student pricing at area theaters, museums, and cultural facilities (requires SDSUcard)
- Discounted monthly fee (affiliate rate) at the Aztec Recreational Center (requires SDSUcard) – call (619) 594-7529 for more information
*We are now offering early registration for those who were members during the immediately preceding term. This is your opportunity to register early just in case the classes you want fill up quickly. You will receive an approval code via email (or mail) which will allow you to register during the early registration period.
Members, to obtain your SDSUcard, first check in at the Registration/Cashiers windows and then walk over to the SDSUcard Office in the West Commons to get your picture taken.
The membership fee is $20 per person, per term.
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Prefer to register by phone, please call (619) 594-5152.
Questions about membership, please call (619) 594-2863.
Please remember that membership is not a tuition fee, and accordingly, cannot be prorated, refunded, transferred, or adjusted.
Sponsorships are available. A written letter of application is required. For those who would like to apply, please call (619) 594-2863, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What our members are saying:
"Love the format: meet once a week for four to six weeks; no tests, just thought-provoking discussions."
"The ease of parking, the location, the convenience is what I like."
"Unbelievably easy access to the facility and no hassle with parking - it's like a dream."
"This was my first course with Osher and I loved it - parking was easy, the teacher phenomenal."
"A wonderful facility and easy to reach."
"The instructors were engaging, approachable and enthusiastic about their material."