This was a few years ago. The Kentucky State Legislature passed a State Law granting tuition-free classes to seniors to help us keep our minds and bodies active after retirement. The program was called Donovan Scholars. Donovan Scholars. There are a few restrictions. One being you can only attend and participate in state universities in the state where you currently live. Some of the Donovan Scholars attended classes on campus. Others choose to enroll in "distance learning" options. There is really no extra cost for the state universities for us to attend. After all, state taxes actually pay university classes. And the classes rarely fill all the chairs. However, if the class is popular with tuition students, then you may have difficulty getting a chair in the classroom. But that was the pre-covid world. Who knows what our state will do with facilities, faculty, and campus locations after the universities open back up in a few weeks. As I tell my dog when we go walking in our subdivision. "Chevy, let's take this hill: one paw at a time."