How can I tell when my membership expires?
After logging into the website, at the top of each page you will see “Welcome [your name]. Your membership expires [date]. ”
Do I have to be a member of Senior University to take classes or to travel?
Yes. Membership is required throughout the entire term or travel event, not just at the time of enrollment. The membership dues are $50 per person for twelve months. You can find the Membership form here.
How many courses may I take?
You may take one course in each time slot. Normally there are eight to ten time slots, so you may enroll for eight to ten courses in the fall or winter terms.
Do I have to pay for each class?
You do not pay for each course. There is a single registration fee of $70 for the fall or winter terms and $50 for the summer term. Some courses require materials which may have an additional cost.
How will I know that I have been enrolled?
You will receive a notice confirming your enrollment before classes begin via email.
May I register late?
Late enrollment is permitted for classes that are not filled.
How does Senior University determine who may register for courses with limited enrollment?
Some classes with limited enrollment fill quickly. Applicants are enrolled on first-come-first-served bases. You will be notified if a course you requested is no longer available, and you may make an alternate selection. Prior to the beginning of classes, you will receive a confirmation listing the courses for which you are enrolled.
What is SOSU?
SOSU (“Sold on Senior University”) is a group of individuals who have made a financial contribution to Senior University beyond membership dues and course registration fees. These tax-deductible contributions are very important in enabling Senior University to expand its services and improve its programs. Please consider a contribution today.
What travel opportunities are available now?
The Travel menu has links for policies and currently available travel opportunities.