Keeping Older Adults Young
Senior citizens can find a wide array of programs and courses at Prince George’s Community College to expand their knowledge, skills, and talents through such programs as:
Learn new skills and gain confidence with classes, including swimming, computers, design, creative writing, art, and music. Courses are also offered in hair braiding, interior design, photography, and languages.
*If there is an asterisk by the cost of the class, tuition is free to Maryland residents age 60 and older, but seniors must pay an $85 registration fee each semester, the cost of any required textbooks, and any special fees such as lab, music, or supply costs.
Free tuition is available for Maryland residents age 60 and older. SAGE courses include such topics as poetry, history, financial and estate planning, pottery, and fitness.
Maryland residents age 60 and older are eligible for free tuition to regular academic courses that can lead to a degree. However, seniors must pay a one-time application fee of $25, a registration fee of $25 each semester, the cost of any required textbooks, and any special lab, music, or supply costs.
Seniors who did not learn English as their first language can gain proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking the language.
It’s never too late for seniors to earn the diploma they might have missed in the process of living their life.
Office of Records and Registration
Bladen Hall, Room 126
301 Largo Rd.
Largo, MD 20774-2199
Monday-Thursday, 8:30 a.m.-8:00 p.m.; Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.