We welcome applicants who want to pursue further personal development without the pressure of working toward a degree. If this is your desire, please note the following:
Students can take a maximum of 12 credit-hours under this status (4 courses). Once the maximum number of credit-hours has been attained, non-degree seeking students must submit the remaining admission documents listed for degree-seeking students before taking any further classes. Admission into a degree program is at the discretion of the Admissions Team. International students and dual-enrolled high school students are not eligible to apply for non-degree seeking student status. The following application documents are required by the Office of Enrollment Management:
Non-Degree Seeking Applicants should fill out a standard Undergraduate or Graduate application, selecting “Non-Degree Seeking” as their program of choice.