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Membership fees for 2021:
$30 Full membership (or $15 if joining after 14 April)
$15 Associate Membership, if you are a member of another U3A (proof required) 

Payment options

  • online payment by PayPal or credit card
  • cheque, or money order payable to U3A Yarra City and submitted by mail. Please ensure your name is clearly displayed
  • electronic funds transfer to Account Name: U3A Yarra City Inc. Bendigo Bank: BSB 633 000
    Account Number:142095694 Please make sure your Surname is clearly indicated in the reference box.

FOR CASH  OR CHEQUE PAYMENTS, THE OFFICE WILL BE OPENED TEMPORARILY  ON THE FOLLOWING DATES AND AT THE FOLLOWING TIMES:
Monday, Nov. 30th., 1pm to 3pm.
Friday, Dec. 4th., 10 am to 12 noon.
Monday, Dec. 7th., 1pm to 3 pm.
Friday, Dec. 11th., 10 am to 12 noon.
(Apart from these dates, due to the current pandemic, the office is closed. It will reopen when safe to do so.)

For online payment and enrolment for 2021, use the Login or Join us button above to

  • Register for 2021 membership
  • Enter or check and update your personal information
  • Pay your membership subscription online by PayPal or credit /bank card
  • Enrol in courses and forums in our 2021 program from 30th November 2020.

New members

Note: you must have an email address to join online.

Tutors

Tutors can use the online system to find and manage class information, including

  • Obtain emergency contact details of your students
  • Change class size limits
  • Change session dates
  • Mark the roll

HEALTH AND WELLBEING

Persons who take part, particularly, in courses which require physical activity, such as, walking and cycling, should be assured that every effort will be undertaken by U3A City of Yarra to care for their safety.

However, participants should also be aware that it is a voluntary organisation with limited funds, therefore can only exercise such care as is reasonable in the circumstances. Similarly, participants in courses are advised to exercise reasonable care for their own safety and are urged to inform tutors of any health issues, which may cause risk to their wellbeing as a result of participation by them in courses