What is U3A? Well it technically isn’t a university – no homework, no exams, no degrees or diplomas – just a lot of fun and interest with a good humoured group of mature women and men who seek to keep mentally active.
The University of the Third Age is a worldwide movement. Each U3A, nevertheless, is autonomous but able to enjoy the benefit of being part of a large, loose-knit association.
U3A Albury Wodonga is affiliated with the Albury Wodonga Community College (AWCC) at 63 High Street, Wodonga. Most classes are held at the College, with some at the Commercial Club, Albury Library Museum and Trinity Uniting Church.
Classes run during school terms, most weekly, some fortnightly or monthly. They range from gardening to games, philosophy to investment, book study, the environment, current affairs and so on.
The aim is for members with a common interest to get together in order to learn from one another. All contribute according to knowledge and experience, and a volunteer coordinator helps the process run smoothly.
NEW MEMBERS ARE MOST WELCOME. One free trial session is offered and fees are a low $55 per person per annum. Upon payment you can attend as many classes as desired. For more information please contact the U3A office or the AWCC office.