U3As are voluntary Seniors’ Groups that provide educational, recreational and social programs. Each U3A is organised by and for people who can best be described as being active in retirement or semi-retirement, the third age of our lives.
Indigo U3A was established for people in their ‘third age’, those who are over the age of 50 and are retired or are semi-retired. Our aim is to provide opportunities for seniors to learn, teach, share and to give mutual support to each other in a friendly and warm environment, regardless or ethnicity, religion, ability or disability.
Our courses cover a wide range of interest areas, from academic to physical and artistic activities. Our members enjoy both the intellectual engagement and the social aspect of our courses.
Indigo U3A is open to anyone who is retired or no longer working full time. No qualifications are required to join. Our courses are non-competitive, without marks or exams. We focus on enabling members to expand their knowledge in existing areas, and to explore new fields and activities.
Indigo U3A Inc.
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Program Planning Group Members
- Margaret Anderson
- Frances Baker
- Deb Borleis
- Heather Meyer
- Mike Bydder
- Judi Moncur
- Jenny Reed
- Brenda Nicholson
Rules and Policies
Indigo U3A Inc. follows the Model Rules for Incorporated Bodies developed by Consumer Affairs Victoria. See our rules.
Below is a list of Policies adopted by the Committee of Management. Please click on the relevant title to view and/or download.