Senior Citizen Fee Waiver

Senior citizens who are Florida Residents and 60 years of age and older may audit classes on a space available basis.

  • Usage of the waiver may be restricted for certain courses.
  • There is no application fee, no course hour limit, and no grades given.
  • Registration can be done in person with One-Stop Student Services or online via myWings.

IMPORTANT: It is very important to confirm the date you are allowed to register. You will be responsible for all fees for courses you register for prior to senior citizen waiver registration day and applicable late fees if you register after the designated day. Please read all information below regarding Senior Citizen Fee Waiver policies and procedures.

Important Dates: Senior Citizen Fee Waiver

 Registration type Fall 2017  Spring 2018 Summer 2018

Course Registration Begins

for Admitted Participants 

Friday, August 18, 2017

Friday, January 5, 2018

Summer A & C Courses

Tuesday, May 8, 2018


Summer B Courses

Friday, June 22, 2018

Late Registration Begins

$100 late fee assessed

Monday, August 21, 2017

Monday, January 8, 2018

Summer A & C Courses

Wednesday, May 9, 2018


Summer B Courses

Monday, June 25, 2018

 Dates for other terms can be found on the Academic Calendar.


Senior citizens must be a Florida resident and sixty years of age or older. They must be admitted and classified as a senior citizen in the Office of Admissions prior to registering for classes. Students must complete the Learning for a Lifetime Application and a UNF Immunization Health Form. Both forms may be downloaded in PDF or requested from One-Stop Student Services. There is no application fee, no course limit, and no grades are given. Learn more about the Learning for a Lifetime Program.


Download     Learning for a Lifetime Application


Download     UNF Immunization health form

Selecting Courses

See the Course Schedule online. Courses may be taken on a space available basis only. Senior citizens may not use a fee waiver for MAT 1033, dissertation, thesis, practicum, independent study, applied music, supervised research, supervised teaching, and internship courses.


Restrictions on courses may limit a senior citizen's course selection under the Learning for a Lifetime program. Restrictions will appear on the course at the time of registration and will prevent you from adding the restricted course to your schedule. If you are interested in taking a course with a restriction, you must complete the online Registration Override form as prompted in your myWings portal. If approved, an override will be assigned by an academic advisor or department representative, which will then allow you to register for the course.

Registration Day

There is a specific senior citizen registration day. Please see the above table for dates. Senior citizens may register in the myWings portal or in One-Stop Student Services in Ann and David Hicks Hall, Building 53, Suite 1700. You may print your schedule confirmation online or request one in person at One-Stop Student Services. A picture ID will be required when registering or printing your schedule on campus.

Web Registration

You may register online via the myWings portal or at any of the conveniently located computer kiosks on campus.  


Fees are automatically waived (unless you have registered for courses for which you will receive credit). Your fee assessment will show a balance due until the fee waiver has been applied. The fee system generally updates during the week following Add/Drop. Fee waivers are not available to senior citizens taking any courses for credit. You will be responsible for the following fees:

  • Classes you register for prior to senior citizen registration day
  • Late fees incurred by registering during the first week of classes and the Late Registration period as noted on the Academic Calendar.
  • Lab/studio fees associated with certain courses
  • Annual ID card fee
  • Parking Permits
  • Distance Learning Fee associated with online courses 

A student ID card is necessary to use the library, computer center, fitness center, swimming pool, and other facilities at UNF. You may get your ID card from the Osprey 1Card Office in the Lassiter Hall, Building 8, Room 1100. The Osprey 1Card costs $10 and you will need to bring a copy of your schedule with you at the time of purchase. An annual ID card fee is charged to all UNF students to maintain the benefits of the Osprey 1Card. You are responsible to pay this fee to maintain service and avoid late fees or registration holds for future terms.

Parking permits may be purchased online from Parking and Transportation Services.