Senior Citizens, who are 62 years of age or older as provided in Minnesota Statutes 2010, section 135A.51, Subdivision 2., may be enrolled in credit courses on a space available basis beginning on the second class day of the term and extending through the fifth class day of the term. Enrollment in credit courses requires payment of an administrative fee of $20 per credit in addition to regular and special course fees. Regular course fees include the per-credit Technology and MSCSA Fees. Special course fees are determined by course. Senior Citizens are also responsible for any material or textbook costs and parking permits.
Senior Citizens enrolled in a credit course taken for audit pay no administrative fee. They are, however, responsible for the per-credit Technology and MSCSA Fees, special course fees, textbooks, materials and parking permits. Enrollment is on a space available basis.
Senior Citizens enrolled in noncredit courses that are open to the general public are responsible for any special course fees, textbooks and materials. No administrative fee is charged. Enrollment is on a space available basis.
Senior citizens enrolled in noncredit courses that are designed and offered specifically and exclusively to senior citizens must pay the published tuition rate. The same applies to courses designed and offered as closed enrollment.