At  UBTech in Utah, their policy for Seniors is: 

"Senior Citizens (62 or older) will receive an 80% discount for individual classes. Enrollment will be allowed on a space-available basis. Community education and other self-funding classes are exempt from the senior discount." 

This is listed in their catalog on page 12: https://www.ubtech.edu/wp-cont...nd-Catalog-Nov-1.pdf

I would imagine other community/technical colleges in Utah could have similar offerings, the best place to check would be the tution policies within the student handbook/catalog. 

Ivy Tech community college (Indiana)  offers free tuition to seniors 60 and up. Their website says: 

Indiana citizens 60 years of age and older can take credit courses at Ivy Tech tuition-free.  In order to qualify for this program a person must meet the following requirements:

  • Be an Indiana resident
  • Be 60 years of age or older at the start of a semester
  • Possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Be retired from their primary vocation (does not apply to homemakers)
  • May not be employed on a full-time basis
  • Non-credit courses are not included in the Senior Scholars program
  • Students are responsible for books and any associated fees

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