Nondegree Enrollment is available to an applicant who applies too late for degree or provisional admission to be processed before the semester begins. Nondegree enrollment is also the appropriate category for an individual who wishes to take courses solely for self-enrichment. Nondegree students enroll prior to the beginning of fall and spring semesters on a space-available basis after degree and provisional students. Nondegree students may enroll for a summer session at the same time degree and provisional students begin to register. During their first semester of enrollment, nondegree students may apply for degree or provisional admission for the next semester if all other admission criteria are met.
Non-degree enrollment information is available online at the Registrar's Office web page. Nondegree candidates may complete an enrollment form now even though they are not permitted to enroll for courses prior to two weeks before each academic semester.
A nondegree student approved for financial aid may not apply any state, federal or University aid toward educational expenses until admitted to degree or provisional status. The exception is the Holtzinger/Slep Scholarship.