Retire in a College Town


If a recent graduation ceremony sparked a wish to be back on campus yourself, you might seriously consider acting on it: College towns make great places to retire. Retirees can take advantage of the public resources a university provides simply by moving into town, or take the next step by moving to facilities such as The Village as Penn State that combine a retirement community with all that a college campus has to offer.

"Today's retirees and the baby boomer retirees want three things," says Professor Andrew Carle, director of the Program in Assisted Living/Senior Housing Administration at George Mason University. "They want active, they want intellectually stimulating, and they want intergenerational retirement environments. Well, I've just described a college campus."

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