Lifelong Learning



Wichita State University will be offering three new NEW 0.5 credit-hour (non-degree) courses for SPRING 2022 designed primarily for students 60+ years of age. 

Please be aware that you will be receiving a 1098-T tax form from WSU. Even though you were auditing the classes and some of the fees could be scholarshipped by the University, we are required by the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) to provide you with a 1098-T form. For more information regarding the 1098-T please visit


Spring 2022 Lifelong Learning Courses

All course work will be offered in-person and online.
In person classes will be held at the Wichita State University Metropolitan Complex located at 5015 E. 29th St. North. 

Online classes will be available. Students who select this option will receive a link via email each week to view the class on their own device. Students can watch the the recording at their convenience.

The schedule of courses can be found below. Live in-person classes will meet from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. Students who enroll in the online option can access the classes online anytime.


Tuesdays; March 1, 8, 22 & 29 (dates changed)


Mondays; April 11, 18, 25 & May 2


Thursdays; April 14, 21, 28 & May 5


Enroll NOW!

Classes are FREE* for students 60+ years old who enroll by Wednesday, February 9, 2021.

*This is made possible by a scholarship which covers all course fees provided by Wichita State University and a tuition waiver provided by the Kansas Board of Regents.

Students 60+ years of age who enroll after Wednesday, February 9, 2022, will incur an application fee and regular course fees.

To register for these classes, senior citizens may call our office at (316) 978-3731 or fill out and submit an application/registration form. Applications can be taken to the business office at one of the course locations, or mailed to:

Office for Workforce, Professional & Community Education
1845 Fairmount Street, Box 136
Wichita, KS 67260-0136


Space for in-person classes is limited, enroll today!

Once you are registered, all you need to do is show up at the first day of class and present a Medicare card or driver's license to validate age. In addition, you will be required to pay all fees (via check or cash only) at your first class (if applicable).

Students who are younger than 60 years of age can enroll in these courses, but will pay regular tuition and fees. If you're younger than 60 and have NOT previously been admitted to WSU, you can apply here. If you've already been admitted as a student at WSU, you can register for these classes through the myWSU portal. You will need the CRN number for the courses in which you would like to register. The CRN number and additional details for each course can be found in the course brochure.



For questions, contact us at 316-978-3731 or

The information on this page applies only to the courses offered at the designated locations. For information on senior citizen audits of credit courses located on the main campus or satellite locations, please visit their registration page.