The Ohio State University Office of Distance Education & eLearning (ODEE), is committed to offering diverse, quality programs and services that create a desire for lifelong learning. One of those programs is Program 60.
Ohio residents age 60 or older are invited to enrich their lives by experiencing the academic excellence and world-renowned research available at The Ohio State University. Each year, thousands of Ohioans take advantage of this tuition-free, noncredit/non-degree program to connect to the university community. Program 60 students attend undergraduate, graduate-level, and distance learning courses through Program 60 on a space-available basis.
Convenient online registration is available for the Columbus campus four weeks prior to the start of the semester/ term and continues through the 2nd Friday. (Learn more about scheduling on a regional campus by contacting email@example.com.)
Registration for Summer Term 2013 is now closed.
Autumn Semester 2013 registration will begin on July 24, 2013.
E-mail is the primary source of communication. New and returning participants, please provide your personal e-mail and/or regular updates to the Program Coordinator via firstname.lastname@example.org. Free e-mail accounts can be obtained using Google(Gmail), Yahoo, and other search engines. See instructions under "Create free personal e-mail acct." in the side menu. Only current faculty/staff and emeritus professors may use their Ohio State e-mail address as their personal address.