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Vice President: Steve Prothero
Secretary & Public Officer: Alister Nairn
Treasurer: Judy Richmond
Courses Coordinator: Chris Graham
Email Coordinator: Colin Cornwell
Newsletter Editor: Gillian Pisani
Property Officer: Vince Rowe
Social Secretary: John Hepburn
Publicity Officer/Facebook: Sue Hancock
Web Master & Memberships: Robin Wingrove
General Enquiries: Contact us here
Milton-Ulladulla Campus Inc
PO Box 530
Ulladulla NSW 2539
M-U U3A also has a Facebook account
Annual Membership of Milton-Ulladulla U3A Campus is $50, payable in January, or on joining the campus and $25 if joining after 30th June of that calendar year.
There are no course fees involved as they are now subsumed into the one annual fee.
The current constitution for the Milton Ulladulla U3A was amended in June 2018. It can be viewed and downloaded here.
The DVD Library in the Harry Higgs Room is available to all members. The collection has built up over many years, and there are many great and classic films to view. Plus, members can delve into our growing number of 'Great Course' DVDs on many interesting and varied topics.
There is no charge to loan a DVD. We just ask that you are careful with any DVD you borrow, return it as soon as you have watched it, and replace it on the shelf in alphabetical order.
A wide range of courses are available on DVDs from a number of sources around the world; of particular merit is 'The Great Courses' series which originates in the USA. The series is produced to a very high standard, and covers a wide range of subjects: science, philosophy, language, literature, business, history, fine arts, music, religion, and many more − all presented by engaging professors drawn from Universities all over the world.
Material from The Great Courses series has been purchased to supplement the research and activities of U3A Tutors. This enables them either to illustrate their work with filmed or recorded subject matter, or to base their course on the imported material, or simply to introduce and to play the course for discussion with participants. Whatever method is employed, using this material enhances and varies our programme to the benefit of both tutors and members.
There are many more titles available in the series. If any member is considering tutoring a course covering these titles, or others, or is simply just interested in viewing, contact the Courses' Co-ordinator or Treasurer for more information about our collection, or visit the Great Courses website.
If any member is holding a 'Great Course' DVD purchased by MU U3A, could they please contact Chris Graham (4454 3025) so he can complete the campus inventory.
The Campus Lecture room is The Harry Higgs Room in the Milton Cultural Centre (next to the Milton Library).
All Milton-Ulladulla U3A activities are covered by Public Liability Insurance organised by the U3A Network − NSW. It covers the legal liability of the MU campus to members and the general public concerning bodily injury and property damage. The sum insured is for $20,000,000.
Insurance coverage for members is validated by their being financial and having their names on the course attendance list.
Financial members of the Milton Ulladulla U3A are welcome to view all the relevant financial documents pertaining to our organisation. Please contact the Treasurer using the contact form on this page.
The Courses and Activities provided by the Milton-Ulladulla Campus Inc are intended only to supply general information, and in no way constitute professional advice on which participants should rely.
U3A Milton-Ulladulla Campus Inc, its committees and its course and activity leaders, does not accept responsibility for any losses of any kind suffered by a participant in a course or activity. People enrolling or taking part in a M-U U3A course or activity are deemed to accept this disclaimer and the limitation of liability of the U3A Milton-Ulladulla Campus Inc and its committee and its course and activity leaders.
U3A On-line has been established in Australia through the Griffith University Community Service Program.
There is plenty of information on the site: in particular, a list of courses and a members' discussion forum. Individual access to the courses costs $25 a year for independent study at no further cost; to take a course with a course leader costs an extra $5. Go to the site and see what is available to you.
Our U3A is an Organisational Member of U3A On-line; such membership enables us to print and to copy the notes from listed courses for face-to-face teaching at $20 a course. If any member feels they would like to run a course using U3A On-line resources (paid for by the campus), contact the Courses' Co-ordinator.
There is also a NSW U3A website with much to offer. It has a location where anybody can submit personal reminiscences up to about 1000 words; it contains some fascinating and readable stories [from the site's home page, go to 'Network Related Links' thence to 'Remember When']. Perhaps some members would consider submitting their own material?