Enrolment Day Friday August 25th 2017 (2 pm - 3.30 pm) at the Royal Grammar School, North Building
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The University of the Third Age is an educational self-help organization for the retired or semi-retired. It draws on the wealth of knowledge and experience of its members to set up study groups and common interest groups and to organize recreational activities.
- is an autonomous local University of the Third Age affiliated to a nationwide movement;
- has over 1,700 members in this area;
- offers over 100 courses and interest groups;
- has group excursions and visits to theatres and concerts;
- holds regular monthly meetings with talks of general interest.
Please note that The Current Subscription is £22.00 and will cover membership through to 31st August next year inclusive. This entitles you to join as many groups as you like, subject to availability, and you will automatically receive the latest prospectus when it is published at the end of July or early August. Meanwhile you can download the current prospectus, to read on screen or print from the downloads menu in our members lounge, which is accessed via the member's door.
The Third Age arrives when a person becomes free of the restrictions and responsibilities of the Second Age of full-time employment. The Third Age can be a time of creative activity and fulfilment. Anyone can join who shares our principles of self-help learning. No qualifications are required. We believe that everyone in the Third Age has something to contribute.
To find the right course for you please use our search facility above. Search by Subject or even Day of the week e.g if you are free on Thursday type 'Thur' and hit return to see what's on Thursdays.
Surrey Network Report is on the download menu in the member's lounge.
To join as a new member you can either click members door, register an account and log in then click new members to join on line, which is much easier than it sounds Details. or Download
Please email us if you have any concerns that you want to raise, your Email Address has changed, or you would like help or you just want to complain, or if you have any ideas you would like to share. You can even get recognition for your group leader this way if you wish.
If you have photographs, video anecdotes or news that you want to share with the whole of Guildford U3A or indeed the movement as a whole please click here
to contact our newsletter editor Irene. To read curent or recent past newsletters go to the Members Door and Log In, then click Members Lounge and click the newsletter from the menu. If you are interested in our Arts for all courses you will find these under Arts and Crafts. If you would like to start a new group please use the on line contact form to get in touch or ring Julie our Director of Stidy whose number is listed on about us, prgram planning committee. The Arts for all course was started by two new members last year who spotted a gap in our offering which they could fill. If you are a group leader and you need any forms please try the members lounge first or failing that ring or email our acting secretary Carolyn also listed on the about us pages. We also provide help for members to assist your progress around our web site