Non-Matriculated Students

Non-matriculated status is granted to students who wish to take classes at the University and are not seeking a degree or those who do not meet the admission requirements for their chosen degree program. Students can continue to take courses for a variety of educational, occupational, and/or recreational reasons for as long as they wish.

Non-matriculated individuals who are not currently admissible to a degree program and wish to earn acceptance as a matriculated student must successfully complete at least 15 credit hours of university level General Education requirements, including the Oral and Written Communication requirement.

It is essential that such non-matriculated students carefully select courses in consultation with a Faculty Advisor to assure that the courses taken will be applicable to the degree program desired. If students pass courses and earn an overall GPA of 2.00 or better, they should submit an application to the Office of Admission for full matriculation.