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Don't let the word "college" scare you. Are you over 50 and looking for an intellectual and social outlet? A place where you can meet other vibrant and interesting people, learn something new, and have fun? At York County Senior College you can partake of lifelong learning by taking any of a variety of classes designed to meet your interests. Choose from a diverse array of courses.

The Senior College program, not unique to Maine, was once cited in a major magazine as "the reason to retire to Maine." York County Senior College offers three locations for classes and sociability—Alfred, Saco, and Springvale.

We welcome you to join us in this fulfilling educational and social experience.

In the News at YCSC

New policy on course cancellations: class and event cancellation notices will be announced on local radio and television stations, followed up by e-mail messages to each person on our mailing list–an added inducement for each member to include and email address when registering. (Email addresses are used exclusively by YCSC and is not sold or otherwise shared.)

Fall courses announced: The fall college curriculum, complete with course descriptions and administrative details, has been published and distributed to the entire YCSC mailing list and to institutions whose clientele hold interest. The class offering brochure and registration form have been posted to this website. See Courses/Sites on menu above or this link to get started.


2017 Scholarship Winner

Ashley Nadeau-Belanger of Biddeford was awarded a YCSC scholarship in the amount of $500. She is a Mental Health and Human Services major at the University of Maine at Augusta and she plans on graduating in the spring of 2018.