Lifelong learning

University of Toronto Institute for Life Course and Aging

Research centre run by the University of Toronto's Faculty of Social Work. Offers free noon-hour seminars on the latest developments in aging and end of life issues.
263 McCaul St, Toronto M5T 1W7
Near College St

University of Toronto Later Life Learning

Lecture series. Innis College.
2 Sussex Ave, Toronto M5S 1J5
Near Bloor St and St George St.

University of Toronto Senior Alumni Association Canadian Perspectives

Canadian Perspectives lecture series. Talks are given by notable U of T faculty and leading industry professionals who delve into topics such as business, media and the arts. No need to be a U of T grad to attend. Various locations.

York University credit courses

Academic fees at the domestic fee rate will be waived for all Canadian citizens or permanent residents 60 years of age or older by beginning of session, whether in a degree course, as visiting students or auditors. The fee waiver is capped for senior citizens to the level of tuition fees assigned to domestic, non-professional undergraduate arts, science and other programs as defined in the tuition fee guidelines from the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. The tuition fee waiver for an eligible senior citizen is restricted to a maximum of one undergraduate or graduate degree. Eligible senior citizen tuition waiver students are required to pay all other fees attached to a course or program, or required during the process of registration (including centrally collected ancillary fees, fees approved by student referenda, material fees, financial penalties etc.).

York University Living and Learning in Retirement

Offers ten courses a year, six in the fall and four In the winter. Apply online to get on the waitlist. Meets on Glendon campus, York University.
2275 Bayview Ave, Toronto M4N 3M6
Near Lawrence Ave E.

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