Are there any grants for senior citizens to get a graduate degree?
I'm 72 years old and recently thought that I would really love to get a graduate degree in an area other than where I have my Bachelor's. However, we can't afford the tuition. I'm wondering if anyone knows of any programs that assist senior citizens in getting degrees. I'm thinking that living in graduate student housing would be helpful. I know that the University of Wisconsin in Madison has graduate student housing. Are there any programs in California. I'd appreciate any ideas. I'm thinking of a Masters in Creative Writing.
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