Non-Degree Seeking Students
Types of non-degree students include the following:
Students enrolled at another institution visiting for one semester's worth of coursework with intentions of transferring back to home institution.
Students 21 or older who do not wish to seek a degree but do seek academic credit. Maximum of 16 hours; other restrictions apply; see catalog.
Any person over 18 years of age who wishes to take courses but receive no credit.
Students who are 60 or older or are permanently disabled can audit courses for no charge. Additional details provided in the catalog.
Students who are 65 or older or are permanently disabled can take courses for credit at a minimum registration fee not to exceed $70. Students can also seek a degree with this program. Additional details provided in the catalog..
High ability high school students (3.5 GPA & 27 ACT) and/ or on Individualized Education Program.
How to apply
To be considered for admissions, students must:
It will take 2-3 weeks from the date the last piece of documentation is received for a decision to be made on the student's file.