Life-long learner? Consider auditing a course.
Are you a senior citizen who wants to try painting, learn a foreign language, or study engine repair? We admire your dedication to lifelong learning and want you to know that auditing a course at MCC may be for you!
Auditing a course means taking a class, but not getting graded or earning credit for it. While you don’t have to take any exams when auditing a course, you’re still expected to attend class, participate, and do the readings. That means even these “grade-free” classes require a commitment.
Auditing for Senior Citizens
If you’re a senior citizen, classes at MCC are open to you to audit, as long as there is an available seat. Audited classes are tuition-free, although you are responsible for paying any parking fees.
To audit classes as a senior citizen, you must:
- Be 60 years of age or older
- Be a New York State resident
- Register for classes during the fall and spring semesters only
Register for Classes
SPRING 2022 Senior Audit registration begins
Thursday, January 20th.
ARE YOU A SENIOR CITIZEN WHO WANTS TO EARN COLLEGE CREDIT?
To earn a class grade and course credit, register through the traditional registration process. Taking classes with credit means you’ll receive a tuition bill, which should be paid on time to guarantee your seat in the class.
Questions about auditing classes?
There’s no question too big or too small.