The University of Colorado Boulder is holding registration for fall courses in its Senior Auditors Program early next week.
In the program, Colorado residents age 55 or older can take CU coursework for a $25 fee.
Registration will take place Monday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Tuesday from 8 a.m. to noon at the Koenig Alumni Center, at 1202 University, at the southeast corner of Broadway and University. Free parking is available on a limited basis in the Koenig lot.
Tuition is free; the $25 fee defrays the Alumni Association’s administrative expenses. Participants do not need to be CU graduates.
Interested seniors can check online for the list of CU-Boulder classes offered this fall at www.colorado.edu/academics/coursesearch/.
Auditors must obtain permission from professors to audit courses. Classes began Aug. 22, so the Alumni Association recommends that auditors attend classes and obtain permission to audit from professors at that time. Spanish and Portuguese courses cannot be audited. Regular tuition-paying students have priority over auditors. Senior Auditors do not earn academic credit for courses taken.
For more information, call the Alumni Association at 303-492-8484 or visitwww.cualum.org/seniorauditor/.