The College of Liberal and Professional Studies (LPS) is committed to providing inspiring educational experiences to intellectual explorers of many ages, interests, and backgrounds. We’re honored to invite lifelong learners to share in the exciting academic atmosphere at the University of Pennsylvania through our Senior Auditing Program.
The Senior Auditing Program allows learners aged 65 and older to audit undergraduate lecture classes at Penn's School of Arts and Sciences. We offer a diverse array of courses each semester in a variety of disciplines. Visit our Senior Auditing course listings to find which courses are available to you.
LPS is happy to invite Senior Auditor Program students back to campus classrooms in fall 2021. Per University guidelines, all students enrolling in on-campus courses must be fully vaccinated. Read more about the fall semester updates at Penn's Coronavirus website.
Class registration takes place online. Once you have selected a course or courses, submit your registration request using an online registration form. You will be asked to provide a personal email address. Once you are registered for a course, you will be eligible for a free email account with Penn.
Senior Auditors may enroll in up to two classes per semester.
Fall 2021 courses will be posted in August.
The rates listed below will be effective fall 2021 through spring 2022.
All tuition and fee charges are subject to the approval of the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania and may change without notice.
Request more information
Please contact the Senior Auditor Program directly to request more information. We can be reached by email or by telephone at (215) 746-7040. If you would like to be added to the Senior Auditor email list, please include your full name and preferred email address. After you are added to the list, you will receive an email notification when the approved Senior Auditor Program course listing is published for the upcoming academic semester. Course listings are generally published two to three weeks before the start of each semester.