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I am a senior citizen and am seeking to get a waiver of my tuition. How can I take classes?

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Senior citizens (65 or older at the time the first enrollment will begin) are eligible for tuition waiver if admitted to University Admissions.  Applicants who meet the age requirement must submit all required items for admission to the program they are seeking (including the Application Fee) and must be approved for admission. Once admitted, and enrolled, senior citizens must coordinate with the Bursar’s Office (Hepburn Hall, First Floor, H 106) with regard to payment of fees and waiver of tuition.

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