House Bill 60 for Seniors
Continuing Education & Community Engagement

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.

Class Information

For a list of courses available to HB 60 students, please see the catalog of available classes (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.

How Do I Register?

Summer registration begins May 5th and continues through May 20.

Thank you for your interest in House Bill 60. The University of Utah has moved all summer semester courses online. As a result, those interested in registering for courses under HB60 will have to feel comfortable navigating and participating in an online only environment. For more information about how to do this you can visit the University of Utah Teaching and Learning Technologies webpage.

All University buildings are closed and staff are working remotely from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so in-person registration at this time is not possible. To manage HB60 registrations while we work from home we will be making a few changes.

To begin the registration process, please begin by filling out our Online Form. Please note, you will need to include information on the classes you are interested in participating in. This includes: course name, subject area, course number, and section number (eg. Survey of Accounting, ACCTG 2600-090)

After you have completed the form you will be contacted by email with further instructions. This email will include:

  • Notice of whether or not you will need a code to add the courses you have selected (note: you will have to contact the instructor and get this code on your own. Continuing Education will not be able to assist you with this)
  • A time and date where you will call in to register for the classes and make payment over the phone. We will only be accepting credit cards over the phone this semester. No other payment options are available.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work through these new processes in this new environment. We understand that this is not what you are accustomed to and we all hope to return to taking classes in person as soon as possible.

Online registration is not available at this time.

Important Dates

  • Tuesday, May 5 – Registration begins
    • Registration will end at 4:00pm on May 20.
  • Monday, May 11 – Classes begin
  • Wednesday, May 20 – Last day to drop classes
  • Wednesday, May 20 – Last day to add classes
    (if you add a class between May 16 and May 20, you must obtain a permission code from the class. This permission code does not guarantee registration in the class. Please see enrollment restrictions below)

View additional important dates by following this link.

Important Information

  • Space must be available in the class
  • Course prerequisites must be met
  • Registrations must be submitted to Continuing Education and cannot be submitted online
  • Classes will be taken as an audit, no University credit will be awarded
  • Students cannot be enrolled in courses for credit and HB60 audit courses during the same semester
  • Students desiring college credit must follow regular admissions and registration procedures and pay full tuition and fees
  • Registration fee does not cover cost of books, supplies, parking or special fees
  • Parking on campus has changed. Get all the latest information here.

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.