Go-60 Success Story - 2017 Commencement

Penn State Mont Alto’s Go-60 Program

Penn State Mont Alto’s Go-60 Program

Golden opportunity for people 60 years of age or older

Penn State Mont Alto has a Go-60 Program which waives tuition for up to six credits per semester for individuals age 60 and older who are not degree seeking students, are retired or working part time, and are either a Pennsylvania resident or former Penn State student or employee. Participants are responsible for technology fees ($86 for five credits or less) and required textbooks and materials. They must also meet all course prerequisites and space must be available prior to enrollment in a course.

Courses can be taken for credit or as an audit—the cost for either is the same. Seats are given based on availability and registration can begin on the first day of class.

When a student is registered in a course as an auditor, no final grade will be given but the symbol AU will be used if attendance has been regular, the symbol W if attendance has been unsatisfactory.

To view the course schedule, open either Firefox or Chrome [Internet Explorer will not work] and go to public.lionpath.psu.edu.

For more information about the Go-60 program, contact Deana Clevenger in the Records Office.