Senior citizens may register tuition-free
Senior citizens (persons who are 60 years of age or older) may register tuition-free to audit courses as space is available after the pre-enrollment bill period. Senior citizens must pay the application, registration, facility, technology, lab and out-of-state fees, if applicable. Regular tuition will be charged to those senior citizens who wish to receive credit for the courses. They must pay tuition as well as fees for all non-credit courses.
Senior citizens who wish to audit a course must complete a non-degree personal data form, ideally two or more weeks before the term begins.
Applicants should then register for the courses they wish to take by completing a registration activity form online or in the Office of the Registrar on Cincinnati State’s campus. By filling out the courses they wish to take in the “audit” section of the registration form, tuition charges for that course are waived from the student account. Waivers are not applicable to non-audited or non-credit courses. Senior citizens are responsible for all other fees.
Taking courses for credit
Senior citizens who wish to receive credit for courses must pay tuition. For more information, see “Lifelong Learning Students: Do you want to earn an associate’s degree or certificate?” and “Lifelong Learning Students: Do you want to take a course or two?”.
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