Program 60The University of Toledo is strongly committed to providing access to educational opportunities for all community members. We are proud to offer Program 60, which provides access to learning experiences at The University of Toledo.
The University of Toledo is governed by the Ohio Revised Code in administering this program. You may view the Ohio Revised Code on line at http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/3345.27.
You will be permitted to take classes on an audit basis only. Auditing means to register and attend a class, however you do not earn college credit toward a degree. Financial aid cannot be used to audit courses.
Program participants attend courses for personal enrichment. This program provides educational experiences at reduced rates to individuals 60 years of age or older who have resided in Ohio for the past year. Enrollment is limited to space availability which is determined on the last day of the regular registration period and may only audit courses.
UT will waive tuition costs for seniors who wish to audit (register and attend, but
not earn credit) college courses. Residents of Ohio who are 60 years of age or older
may audit credit courses on a space-available basis. Students must apply for admission
and register for courses through CALL.
All Program 60 participants are responsible for any additional fees to take a course and may include: the cost of textbooks, lab fees, technology fees, facility fees and parking.
Fall Semester (August 2015)
Program 60 Registration Day Information - FALL 2015
Spring Semester (January 2016)
Program 60 Registration Day Information - SPRING 2015
- 60 years of age or older;
- Have resided in Ohio for the last 12 consecutive months;
- Have filed for admission to The University of Toledo.
- Enrollment is limited to space availability as determined on the Friday before the semester begins.
- The prospective participant must meet the prerequisites for the class enrolled.
- The prospective participant is responsible for adhering to all academic regulations of The University of Toledo.
- Books may be purchased (cost varies)
- Parking, if needed, $35
- General fees
- Library fees
- Lab fees associated with the course
- Technology fee assessed by some of the colleges
- Distance learning fees
- Facility fee (varies by semester)
- Special service fee
- Student identification card fee (for new students only)
- Legal fees (may be waived)
- Health insurance (if enrolled in 6 or more semester hour)
May be waived if you have existing coverage
- Other college fees
Estimated cost for auditing a three-hour course is approximately $225 (excluding books)
Contact the college for assistance and information at 419.530.3311or CALL@utoledo.edu
Location: College of Adult and Lifelong Learning (CALL) - Rocket Hall 1300, Main Campus
Do you want to take class for credit? Individuals who wish to earn college credit and/or a degree for UT courses must pay regular tuition and fees as a general UT student. You will want to start your journey by contacting and enrolling through the Office of Admission.