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Some older adults go back to school to train for a new post-retirement job. Others do it to improve their social lives. Whatever the reason, it’s a way to keep active and learn new skills.
And, says the Association of Mature American Citizens, you can do it on a shoestring since many community colleges and colleges offer low-cost or no-cost programs for senior citizens.
Don’t be off-put by your age. You will have the advantage over your younger classmates. After all, you’ve been there and done that and they are new to the game.
The main benefit of returning to the classroom for seniors is the sense of accomplishment that they achieve. In addition, it will keep your brain active in your later years.