Definition: Persons 62 years of age and older.
According to the provisions of Amendment 23 to the Georgia Constitution, the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia established the following rules with respect to enrollment in colleges of the University System of persons aged 62 or older:
- Applicants must be legal residents of Georgia, 62 years of age or older at the time of registration, and must present a birth certificate or other comparable written documentation of age to enable the Admissions Office to determine eligibility.
- Students may enroll as regular or auditing students in courses offered for resident credit on a space available basis without payment of fees, except for supplies, laboratory or shop fees.
- Applicants must meet all University System and institutional admission requirements, including high school record, official transcripts from all colleges previously attended and completed Certificate of Immunization. Degree-seeking students must meet all institutional, University System, and state legislated degree requirements, including the Regents' Exam and instruction or exams in American and Georgia history and the federal and state constitutions.