Project 60 Students
The Project 60 Program enables any Ohio resident, age 60 or older, to enroll in for-credit classes at Cleveland State University on a tuition-free, academic space-available basis. Students are responsible for purchasing their own textbooks, providing transportation, paying for parking, and any other special fees.
- Attend classes at the downtown campus, West Center in Westlake or East Center in Solon
- Receive an official Cleveland State ID card (Viking Card)
- Use the Michael Schwartz Library
- Use campus computer labs, may borrow Mobile Campus laptops, and issued CSU email accounts
- Use the Career Services Center
- Obtain membership to the Cleveland State University Recreation Center. Details are available at www.csuohio.edu/services/recreationcenter/membership/community or call 216-802-3200.
- Receive student discounts with the use of your Cleveland State ID card
- Participate in student events and activities on campus. Visit Student Life for details.
If interested students would like to join us for the upcoming semester, please mail or deliver an application form to: Project 60, Cleveland State University, 2121 Euclid Ave., EC 100, Cleveland, OH 44115-2214. The application form is a simple, one-page form. You can download the application form or you can call 216-687-9379 for assistance.
On the Thursday prior to the first day of the semester, students can register for their courses online through CampusNet. Individual assistance to register for classes will be provided at the Project 60 In-Person Help Day (optional) at the main campus or West Center. Please visit the Project 60 website for the upcoming enrollment dates.
Classes are taken on an audit basis only, so students are unable to earn a degree or credits toward a degree with the classes taken through the Project 60 Program. Project 60 students may not enroll in both Project 60 classes and degree seeking classes during the same semester. If students wish to earn a degree or credits toward a degree, please visit our Undergraduate Admissions Office website www.csuohio.edu/admissions or call 216-687-5411.
Most for-credit courses are open to Project 60 students on a space-available basis. Students are responsible for obtaining permission to take classes, if necessary. The following courses require permission:
- Law classes: call 216-687-4557
- Studio art classes:contact the instructor for permission
- Applied music: call 216-687-5018
- Graduate classes: contact the department
The Undergraduate Catalog and list of classes are available online. Although paper copies of the classes being offered and their descriptions are not available, individual assistance in choosing classes may be obtained at the Project 60 In-Person Help Day. Please call 216-687-9379 or visit www.csuohio.edu/project60 for more information.