Senior Citizens (persons 60 year of age or older) may take a maximum of six credits of undergraduate courses per semester on a space-available basis and provided that the courses have been sufficiently subscribed by students paying the regular tuition cost. Course may be taken for college credit or on an audit basis. Proof of age is required by senior citizens for class entry.
Any student who has a high school diploma may pursue courses for credits in a specified field for the purpose of personal or professional development. Credits earned by the non-degree student can usually be applied to matriculation as a degree candidate.