Program 60: Special Program for Senior Citizens

Program 60 provides educational experiences to individuals 60 years of age or older who have resided in Ohio for at least the last 12 consecutive months.

Ohioans interested in Program 60 must apply and be admitted prior to registration for courses. Admission must be finalized prior to the first day of the term. There is no application fee. Once admitted, participants only need to reapply if they stopped taking classes for two consecutive terms.

Program 60 participants audit courses with no academic credit being awarded. Enrollment is limited to space availability. Registration for Program 60 is held on the Friday before the term begins. Program 60 participants must meet course prerequisites to enroll in a course. Program 60 participants audit courses and do not receive college credit for courses taken through the program.

Program 60 participants are not charged tuition but are responsible for any additional fees such as the cost of textbooks, general fees, lab fees, technology fees, faculty fees, special service fees, online course fees, library, parking and other fees.

Program 60 students are not eligible to enroll in an independent study course, studio art courses, private music lessons or other similar courses where a course or section number is required to be created.

Individuals 60 years of age or older who wish to earn a college degree or credit for UT courses must apply for admission and pay current tuition and fees as a general UT student.  Questions on Program 60 can be addressed through email at universitycollege@utoledo.edu or by calling to  call 419.530.3142.