Senior Citizens

Ages 55 and Up – Senior Education Program

The Senior Education Program is a unique partnership between the College and senior citizen volunteers offering a variety of course topics from current events and history to arts and crafts and recreation. The program is managed by Senior Advisory Councils, one on each campus, in conjunction with the Continuing Education Services offices.

  • Registration for the Fall2013 Senior Education semester begins Wednesday, August 7, 2012.
  • Classes begin Monday, September 16, 2013.

Learn how to register.

Ages 65 and Older Tuition Exemption

Texas residents age 65 and over may be exempt from payment of all tuition for up to 6 hours per semester and/or from payment of tuition if auditing undergraduate or continuing education courses. Audit registration begins three business days before the start of a Continuing Education class and must be requested in person. Classes may be audited only on a space-available basis.

  • Continuing Education courses require department approval.
  • Classes in the Senior Education Program are not eligible.

Learn how to register.

 

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Updated August 22, 2013

 

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