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Ohio residents age 60 or older are invited to take courses and connect with The Ohio State University community through this tuition-free program.

How to Participate: Follow These Steps

Important Information - Summer 2024 registration begins on March 25, 2024

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Summer 2024 Important Dates

  • Spring 2024 One-Time Program Sign up to be in the program March 26, 2024, and ends at noon, April 17, 2024.
  • Summer 2024 enrollment in courses starts April 16, 2024, and ends at 3pm, May 17, 2024.

Summer 2024 Webinars (Please Register)

Resources

Program 60 participants are required to follow the same university rules and regulations as credit-earning students. Please review the Code of Student Conduct to be aware of the policies and expectations of our Buckeye Community.

Below are some resources to guide you through your lifelong learning journey at Ohio State.

 

Calendar

February 2024

2/23 - Last day of session 1 classes

2/28 - First day of session 2 classes

March 2024

3/11 - 3/15 Spring Break - no classes, offices open

April 2024

4/16 - Summer 2024 enrollment begins

4/22 - Last day of Spring 2024 classes

May 2024

5/7 - Summer 2024 classes begin

5/17 Last day of Summer 2024 enrollment

5/27 Memorial Day - no classes, offices closed

June 2024

6/19 Juneteenth - no classes, offices closed

July 2024

7/4 Independence Day (observed) - no classes, offices closed

7/26 Last day of Summer 2024 classes

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