Enrollment of Persons 62 Years of Age or Older
Georgia residents 62 years of age or older may enroll as regular students in courses offered for resident credit on a space available basis without payment of fees, except for supplies, technology, laboratory, or shop fees. Space available will be determined by the institution. Students enrolled for credit that elect to participate in the campus health program, student activities program, or to use the parking facilities may be required to pay the appropriate fees. They must be residents of Georgia, 62 years of age or older at the time of registration, and they must present a birth certificate or comparable written documentation of age. A Certificate of Immunization is also required.
Such applicants must meet all University System and institutional admission requirements to include high school graduation, SAT or ACT scores, and Learning Support enrollment, when applicable, if they wish to enroll for credit. They will have all usual student and institutional records maintained and must meet all system, institutional, and legislated degree requirements, such as Regents' Test and History and Constitution Instruction or Exams, if they are degree-seeking students.
Applicants who wish to enroll under this program should file an application for admission but should not pay the $30 application fee. They should write across the top of the application form Georgia resident 62 years of age or older and should submit proof of age and Georgia residency (GA Driver's License or other official document showing age and residency). Other requirements for admission as listed elsewhere in the Admission section of the catalog apply.