232 Silas H. Hunt Hall
1 University of Arkansas
Fayetteville AR 72701
(800) 377-UOFA (8632)
(479) 575-7515 FAX
It is never too late to join the Razorback family! Senior citizens are welcome on the University of Arkansas campus. They’re so welcome, in fact, they may attend classes and earn degrees tuition free! Arkansas residents who are 60 years of age or older are encouraged to enroll in credit courses, tuition free, on a space-available basis. College courses engage older learners in challenging and intellectually stimulating programs, and Senior Razorbacks lend wisdom and experience to traditional students in an academic environment. Visit or call the Office of Admissions today for more details about becoming a Senior Razorback!
Julie Crawford oversees the Senior Citizen Program, and looks forward to meeting with you about any questions you might have.
Be sure to read the Senior Citizen Program Checklist for more information!
Arkansas residents 60 years of age or older may apply either as an undergraduate or graduate student for on-campus, off-campus, online, or study aboard credit courses by paying all non-tuition applicable fees. Tuition waiver does not apply to non-credit Continuing Education programs. Senior students that meet admission requirements may be admitted as degree or non-degree seeking . The College of Arts and Sciences allows senior citizens to audit classes. All other colleges require instructor’s permission for audit prior to taking a class. Senior citizens who do not wish to register on a space available basis during the senior citizen registration period may pay tuition and register during priority registration. The tuition waiver does not cover text books, class supplies or non-tuition applicable fees, and is not offered for independent study courses.