This is Illinois state statue concerning education waivers for senior citizens according to Justia law.
"(110 ILCS 990/0.01) (from Ch. 144, par. 1800)

Sec. 0.01. Short title. This Act may be cited as the Senior Citizen Courses Act.

(Source: P.A. 86‑1324.)

(110 ILCS 990/1) (from Ch. 144, par. 1801)

Sec. 1. Definitions. For the purposes of this Act:

(a) "Public institutions of higher education" means the University of Illinois, Southern Illinois University, Chicago State University, Eastern Illinois University, Governors State University, Illinois State University, Northeastern Illinois University, Northern Illinois University, Western Illinois University, and the public community colleges subject to the "Public Community College Act".

(b) "Credit Course" means any program of study for which public institutions of higher education award credit hours.

(c) "Senior citizen" means any person 65 years or older whose annual household income is less than the threshold amount provided in Section 4 of the "Senior Citizens and Disabled Persons Property Tax Relief and Pharmaceutical Assistance Act", approved July 17, 1972, as amended.

(Source: P.A. 89‑4, eff. 1‑1‑96.)

(110 ILCS 990/2) (from Ch. 144, par. 1802)

Sec. 2. Each public institution of higher education shall permit senior citizens accepted for admission to enroll without the payment of tuition in regularly scheduled credit courses, other than credit courses designed specifically for senior citizens, provided that available classroom space exists and tuition paying students enrolled constitute the minimum number required for the course.

(Source: P.A. 84‑338.)

(110 ILCS 990/3) (from Ch. 144, par. 1803)

Sec. 3. Nothing in this Act shall preclude public institutions from requiring fees, other than tuition, subject to approval by the institution's governing board, for individuals attending credit courses pursuant to waivers granted under this Act.

(Source: P.A. 84‑338.)

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Chicago State University -
Contact Info :773.995.2304

Eastern Illinois University -
Contact Info : 217.581.3713

Governors State University -
Contact Info : 708.534.5000

Illinois State University -
Contact Info : 309.438.2181

Northeastern Illinois University -
Contact Info: 773.583.4050

Northern Illinois University -
Contact Info: 815. 753.1000

Southern Illinois University -
@ Carbondale Campus -
Contact Info: 618.453.2121
@ Edwardsville Campus -
Contact Info: 618.650.3705

University of Illinois system -
@ Chicago Campus -
Contact Info: 312.996-4350
@ Springfield Campus -
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, ma...Image via WikipediaContact Info: 217.206.6600
Contact Info: 217.333.1000

Western Illinois University -
Contact Info: 309•298•1414

Here is a list of the Community Colleges in the great state of Illinois:

City of Colleges at Chicago -
@Richard J. Daley College -
Contact Info: 773.838.7500
@Harold Washington College -
Contact Info: 312.553.5600
@Harry S. Truman College -
Contact Info: 773.907.4000
@Kennedy-King College -
Contact Info: 773.602.5000
@Malcolm X College -
Contact Info: 312.850.7000
@Olive-Harvey College -
Contact Info: 773.265.5343
@Wilbur Wright College -
Contact Info: 773.777.7900

Black Hawk College -
@Quad-Cities Campus 309.796.5000  @East Campus 309.854.1700

Danville Area Community College -
Contact Info: 217.443.8760

College of DuPage -
Contact Info: 630.942.2251

East St. Louis Community College Center -
Contact Info: 618.874.8700

Elgin Community College -
Contact Info: 847.697.1000

Contact Info: 847.925.6700

Heartland Community College -
Contact Info: 309.268.8010

Highland Community College -
Contact Info: 785.442.6020

Illinois Central College -
Contact Info: 309.694.5422

Illinois Eastern Community College -
@Frontier Community College -
Contact Info: 618.842.3711
@Lincoln Trail College -
Contact Info: 618.544.8657
@Olney Central College -
Contact Info: 618.395.7777
@Wabash Valley Community College -
Contact Info: 618.262.8641

Illinois Valley Community College -
Contact Info:  815.224.2720

Joliet Junior Community College -
Contact Info:  815.729.9020

Judson University -
Contact Info: 847.628.2500

Kankakee Community College -
Contact Info: 815.802.8550

Kaskaskia College -
Contact Info: 618.545.3080

Contact Info: 815.825.2086

College of Lake County -
Contact Info:  847.543.2000

Lake Land College -
Contact Info:  217.234.5231

Lewis and Clark Community College -
Contact Info: 618.468.2223

Lincoln Land Community College -
Contact Info: 217.786.2200

John A. Logan College -
Contact Info: 618.985.3741

McHenry County College -
Contact Info: 815.455.3700

Moraine Valley Community College -
Contact Info: 708.974.4300

Morton College -
Contact Info: 708.656.8000

Oakton Community College -
@Des Plaines 847.635.1700      @Skokie 847.635.1400

Parkland College -
Contact Info: 217.351.2200

Praire State College -
Contact Info: 708.709.3500

Rend Lake College -
Contact Info: 618.437.5321

Richland Community College -
Contact Info: 217.875.7200

Rock Valley College -
Contact Info: 815.921.7821

Carl Sandburg College -
Contact Info: 309.344.2518

Sauk Valley Community College -
Contact Info: 815.288.5511 ext.273

Shawnee Community College -
Contact Info: 618.634.3247

South Suburban College -
Contact Info: 708.596.2000

Southeastern Illinois College -
Contact Info: 618.252.5400

Southwestern Illinois College -
Contact Info: 618.234.4410

Spoon River College -
@Canton Campus  309.647.4645
@Macomb Campus 309.837.5727
@Havana Campus 309.543.4413
@Rushville Center 217.322.6060

Triton College -
Contact Info: 708.456.0300

Waubonsee Community College -
Contact Info: 630.466.7900

John Wood Community College -
Contact Info: 217-224-6500

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