The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia provides for the admission
and registration of persons 62 years of age or older. Individuals in this category
are eligible to register for classes on a space-available basis without payment of
tuition and mandatory fees.
62+ Program Steps:
- Apply: Prospective students for 62+ program will first need to apply to either an
undergraduate or graduate program through Undergraduate Admissions or Graduate Admissions. The semester application deadlines will be listed on each website.
- Admittance: Once admitted, a copy of a valid driver’s license or other comparable,
official documentation of age needs to be emailed to email@example.com. This is required
in order to waive tuition and fees and will only need to be submitted once. The waiver
will continue as long as the student remains active at UGA.
- Registration: The schedule of classes can be found on the Office of the Registrar website and lists what courses are offered each semester at UGA.
Q & A
- Meet all University System of Georgia (USG) and UGA admission requirements, including application fees, if any.
- Be a resident of Georgia.
- Be 62 of age or older at the time of registration.
* A driver’s license or other comparable official documentation of age must be presented to the Office of the Registrar to determine eligibility.
- May enroll in classes on a space available basis without payment of tuition and mandatory fees.
- Meet all USG, UGA, and legislated degree requirements such as Major Area Exam and History and Constitution instruction or exams if degree seeking.
- Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
- Juris Doctor
- Doctor of Education in Higher Education (Executive)
- Executive MBA
- Professional MBA
- Master of Laws
- Master in the Study of Law
- Master of Arts in Industrial Organizational Psychology
The 62+ waiver covers all mandatory tuition/fees. Any additional fees such as application, lab, or material costs are the responsibility of the student.
Applications for undergraduate degree programs can be submitted through Undergraduate Admissions. Applications for eligible graduate degree programs can be submitted through Graduate Admissions.