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Armstrong Atlantic State University
Room 207, Victor Hall
11935 Abercorn Street
Savannah, GA 31419
Adults 62 years or older who have been residents of Georgia for at least one year may attend college classes at no tuition cost on a space-available basis.
The first stop for information on the 62+ Program will be the Office of Adult & Nontraditional Student Services, located in Victor Hall 207. Please visit or call us at 912.344.2935 and request a 62+ information packet, or email Barbara.Baker@armstrong.edu.
Before our office can register you for courses, you must complete the process of admission into the university through the Armstrong Office of Admissions.
- Complete the Undergraduate Application for Admission and submit the following: Certificate of Immunization (only Tetanus applies), $25.00 application fee, proof of age, identification, and proof of Georgia residency to the Office of Admissions, first floor of Victor Hall, Armstrong Atlantic State University, 11935 Abercorn Street, Savannah, GA 31419. Students wanting to take graduate courses should contact the graduate enrollment office at 912.344.2798
- Arrange to have an official high school transcript (or GED scores) sent to the Office of Admissions at Armstrong if you have no prior college work.
- If you have previously attended college, arrange to have official college transcripts sent to the Office of Admissions at Armstrong from each institution that you attended if you are degree-seeking. If you are auditing as a 62+ student, have official transcripts sent from the last college attended.
You will be notified in writing by the Office of Admissions as soon as your admission process is completed.
If you are degree-seeking and are required to take the College Placement Exam (COMPASS Exam), the Admissions Office will inform you of the date, time, and location of the exam. This exam will determine if you need to take refresher courses in reading, English, and/or mathematics. These placement exams may be exempted for 62+ students choosing to audit their classes instead of taking them for credit.