Senior Citizens

Continuing Education for Seniors

Senior Citizens are invited to take one of our many Continuing Education courses offered. These noncredit courses are specialize in a variety of different topics and subjects. Some are offered as single-session workshops, while others will meet several times on a weekly schedule.

Whether you want to learn a new skill, or you are just looking for something to do, we have a spot for you!

Browse available courses online, or call our office at (631) 451-4114.

We look forward to speaking with you!

Attend College Events and Productions

Senior citizens are invited to attend theatre productions, concerts, art exhibits and lectures sponsored by the College.

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Audit a College Class, Tuition-Free! (Pay Only Fees)

Suffolk County residents 60 years of age or older are invited to attend credit courses on a space-available basis without paying tuition.

Through this program, senior citizens can develop their personal and professional interests by attending the classes as “audit” students. Seniors who attend courses through this program do not receive academic credit. No grades can be earned or recorded for participation in these courses.

Though not paying tuition, senior citizens are subject to the audit conditions outlined under “Grading System” of the Academic Policies webpage.

Please note, to audit a college class, senior citizens are expected to pay required college fees. In addition, seniors enrolling in a physical education, internship, cooperative education or field placement course/program are required to pay a non-refundable accident insurance fee.

Program Availability and Restrictions

Please note, the option for senior citizens to audit courses tuition-free is only offered for credit classes, subject to availability. Continuing Education courses, which are noncredit, do not qualify for this program.

For more information about auditing a credit-bearing course, call the Campus Registrar’s Office.