ATLANTA-- For seniors over 62 years of age, now is a great time to go back to school and even earn a college degree.

The best news of all---its free!!

More than 30 Georgia colleges and universities allow seniors to sit-in on classes where there is room and work toward a college degree if qualified.

Now in its 30th year, the program has allowed thousands of Georgia seniors to keep up the momentum of learning.

A Senior Citizen Guide for College provides a comprehensive list of Georgia colleges and universities providing reduced or free tuition for seniors over 62 (see below).

It's easy to contact the undergraduate admissions office at the Georgia college of your choice to find out how to register for classes. Admission offices will provide all of the information on registration and classes available.

In the Atlanta area, there are many community colleges and universities offering classes either free or for a minimal cost.

If you are unable to leave your home to attend classes, look into auditing select university classes online. Usually the only fees encountered are for books or lab fees.

For information on the eligibility requirements to enroll in a Georgia college or university, visit The University System of Georgia website.

Don’t waste away your senior years—Keep learning.

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