CU senior auditor registration is Jan. 23-24

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The University of Colorado has begun registration for spring
classes with the Senior Auditors Program.

The program, sponsored by the CU-Boulder Alumni Association,
allows Colorado residents 55 and over to take CU classes for a $25 fee in place
of tuition.

Registration is taking place today, Jan. 23, from 8 a.m. to
3 p.m. and Tuesday, Jan. 24 from 8 a.m. to noon at the Koenig Alumni Center,
1202 University, at the southeast corner of Broadway and University. Free
parking is available on a limited basis in the Koenig lot.

Participants do not need to be CU graduates, and senior
auditors do not earn academic credit for courses taken. A list of classes
offered for spring 2012 can be found at
www.colorado.edu/academics/coursesearch/.

Auditors must obtain permission from professors to audit
courses. Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Korean, Farsi, Portuguese and Hindi courses
cannot be audited. Check with the Alumni Association for the complete list of
classes not available. Regular tuition-paying students have priority over
auditors.

For more information, call the Alumni Association at
303-492-8484 or visit

www.cualum.org/seniorauditor/.

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