U3A Adelaide

U3A is an inter­na­tional volunteer organ­isa­tion providing educa­tional, creative and leisure oppor­tun­ities in a friendly envir­on­ment for people over 50 who are no longer in full-time employ­ment. U3A Adelaide is a member organ­isa­tion of U3A South Australia (link below).

U3A is run entirely by volun­teers and draws on the knowledge, exper­i­ence and skills of its members to learn from each other and share exper­i­ences in a relaxed, social envir­on­ment. 

With over 800 members and around 100 courses, members can choose from a wide range of classes and social activ­ities. The member­ship fee entitles one enrol any number of courses. The Courses link under Courses/Members displays the current course list and includes languages, liter­ature, History, Music, Philosophy, Art and more.

With over 800 members and around 100 courses, members can choose from a wide range of classes and social activ­ities. Courses include languages, liter­ature, music, philo­sophy, art, exercise and excur­sions.

Membership types and fees

MembershipDescriptionAmount
Associate half yearMember of another U3A (proof required)$20
Associate MemberMember of another U3A (proof required)$40
Full MemberMembership$70
Hal Year MemberAfter July in current year$35
Honorary TutorSolely a Tutor$0
Life MemberLife Member$0
Member TutorEnrolled in other courses$70

Enrolment

Enrolment can be completed online. See Enrol as a New Member under Courses/Members and there is also a detailed New Members Guide. You can also phone 8359 3307. Further inform­a­tion can be found under Contact Us

U3A is run by an elected manage­ment committee of members. Everyone is encour­aged to contribute volun­tarily to its running to ensure it is an active and vibrant organ­isa­tion. If you enjoy being part of the U3A community and feel you would like to give something back to the organ­isa­tion, please consider becoming a volunteer or tutor.


U3A South Australia

U3A South Australia was formed in 2006 and is the peak body repres­enting nineteen member organ­isa­tions across the state. Each U3A in South Australia is inde­pendent and run by an elected manage­ment committee of members. Everyone is encour­aged to contribute volun­tarily to the running of their local U3A to ensure it is an active and vibrant organ­isa­tion.