Undergraduate non-degree seeking students are not required to file all documents necessary for admission to a degree program, but will be asked for clarification of their educational intent before exceeding 16 semester hours. Non-degree students are subject to the same academic probation and suspension policies as degree-seeking students.
Students who later choose to become degree candidates will be required to meet all admission requirements of their program. With the degree program’s approval, up to 16 semester hours taken as an undergraduate non-degree student may count toward the degree. A non-degree declaration form must be on file for continued enrollment as a non-degree student beyond 16 hours. Non-degree students typically are not eligible for financial assistance.