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Senior Education Program

Fall 2020 senior education classes will be delivered virtually, through Blackboard. Please check your email frequently for all notifications. Instructions will be covered in orientation.

Ages 55 & Up

The Senior Education Program is a unique program for individuals ages 55 and older. We offer a variety of course topics from current events and history to arts and crafts and recreation. The program is coordinated on each campus with Senior Advisory Councils through Community Education & Engagement (CEE).

To find out what will be taught for each class, read our course description page

(For an accessible copy of the schedule of classes, please contact your local CEE office.)

Important Dates

  • Registration Opens: Wednesday, December 2, 2020
  • Virtual Orientation: Tuesday, January 19, 2021; 10 a.m. or 3 p.m. via TEAMS
  • Classes begin: Week of January 25, 2021

General Information   

  • You must be 55 prior to January 27, 2020, to participate in the program.
  • 10-week sessions are offered each fall and spring.
  • Classes are taught by seniors with prior experience in the designated areas and volunteers. 
  • There are no limits on the number of classes for which you can register.
  • Your email account will be our primary method of communication.
  • No parking passes are needed except for Trinity River Campus. Get your parking permit for Trinity River Campus.
  • Some campuses host a celebratory event at the end of each session. View your campus page for details.
  • You may request a certificate of participation.


  • One $20 registration fee per semester, which includes classes on all campuses
  • Some special event courses may have a surcharge.
  • Senior education program classes are not eligible for the Texas resident 65 and older tuition exemption.


  • Registration opens 5 weeks prior to the start of each program term.
  • Returning students may register online. Check your password and user ID before registration day. If you have any problems, call your local campus CEE office.
  • Register for the SEPX-1000 registration section with your courses.
  • Online registration closes the first day of class; late registration must be done in person at the campus Registrar Office.
  • If you need assistance with registration, please contact your local CEE office.

Search for Courses and Course Sections

  1. Login to MyTCCTrack.
  2. Select the Course Catalog module.
  3. In the Search for Course Subject box, type Senior Education.
  4. Select the link, Senior Educ Program CE NF.

Register for a Senior Education Program class.


Northeast Campus

Community Education & Engagement

Northwest Campus

Community Education & Engagement

South Campus

Community Education & Engagement

Southeast Campus

Community Education & Engagement

Trinity River Campus

Community Education & Engagement

Updated February 24, 2021