60+ Student Auditors
Wisconsin residents (as defined by Wisconsin Statute 36.27(2)) who 60 years of age or older by the start of the semester/term, may audit classes for free, on a space available basis, in courses that are open to auditors and special students.If you are interested in participating in a course as a 60+ auditor, please use the following steps:
- Browse TitanWeb as a guest for the semester in which you’re hoping to take a course. TitanWeb will show you when a course meets, who the professor is, and a brief description of course material. Please refer to the TitanWeb help guides for assistance using TitanWeb.
- At the start of the term, come to the admissions office and request a University Special Student Auditor – 60 Plus application or click the link below. This application must be completed and signed on the first day of the term or no later than the course add deadline. A signature from the professor of your desired course is required to officially enroll.
- A valid ID is required to verify age at the time of application for first-time applicants.
*Special course fees or online fees may apply.
For questions regarding the 60+ audit program, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (920) 424-3164.
800 Algoma Boulevard
135 Dempsey Hall
Oshkosh, WI 54901
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