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House Bill 60 for Seniors

You Can Have a Whole Lot of Fun When You're Old Enough!

If you're 62 or older and a resident of Utah, you may audit many regular University classes numbered 1000-4999 for a mere $25 per semester in addition to any special fee attached to the class.

Known as House Bill 60, the program is just the ticket for seniors who want to keep current in their fields they know and love or learn something new.

How Do I Register?

Join us on open registration day at the Annex building, A wing, North Entrance. In-person registration begins at 8:00am and phone-in registration begins at 10:00am on Tuesday, May 6th, 2014, for Summer 2014 semester classes.

To register for classes after May 6th, visit Continuing Education at 1185 Annex Building, or call 801-581-7155. HB 60 registrations must be submitted to Continuing Education and cannot be submitted online.

Important Dates

View additional important dates by following this link.

Important Information

Class Information

For a list of courses available to HB 60 students, please follow this link (PDF file).

Enrollment restrictions include: Writing, Computer Science, AOCE, and upper division business classes. Some departments may restrict registration for individual classes. Enrollment is also restricted in classes that are full. There are a limited number of seats available to HB60 students in ESSF fitness courses.

Other classes for learners age 50 and over - the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Join a dynamic community of adults over 50 years of age who understand that life is enhanced through learning. This membership program offers a rich and evolving array of courses, and instructors who are distinguished emeritus faculty, scholars, and experts from the community. Find out more on their home page.

Get your UCARD Today!

House Bill 60 students can receive a University ID card. You will need this ID for library privileges. Visit their website at, or come to the UCard Office (154 Union) or call 801-581-2273 for more information. There is a $10 fee for your first card.