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Connecticut

State flags on Amazon "WHEREAS, Certain tuition waivers are prescribed by statute, other tuition and fee waivers are authorized by the Board, and..." 3. Senior Citizen (62 or older -part-time) -A full waiver of the Extension fee (summer and winter sessions) is authorized for any Connecticut resident sixty-two years or older providing that at the end of the regular registration period there is space available in the course(s) in which they intend to enroll, 4. Senior Citizen (62 or older -full-time) -A waiver of the University Fee is authorized for any Connecticut resident sixty-two years or older who is enrolled in a degree-granting program pursuant to the provisions of Section 10a-99 of the CGS," 1. citation :  Excerpt from the Connecticut State University System - RESOLUTION concerning TUITION AND FEE WAIVER AUTHORIZATIONS October 8, 2009.     According to Connecticut state statue senior citizens can take college classes and earn a degree tuition free. 

Colorado

    Photo by Gabe Reuter Colorado State University Lifelong Learners Registrar's Office (970) 491-7148 * If you are 62 years or older you may attend the university on a space available basis at no cost.  You are required to fill out the Senior Citizens Class Visitation Request that can be found at the aforementioned link Colorado State University Pueblo Senior Citizen Registration Persons 65 and older or 62 and retired may audit class tuition free,  Instructor permission is required. University of Colorado-Boulder Contact (303) 492-3712 * If you are 55 + you may audit classes for $10.00 per semester. University of Colorado-Denver    Contact (303) 315-2110 * If you are 60+ you may enroll on a no credit audit basis with acceptance determined by space availability and previous level of education.  Courses that are excluded are those requiring special equipment, computer courses, and those offered via the Division of  Extended Services.      The information that I have obtained f