Non-Matriculated Student Policy

Eligible non-matriculated students may register for up to a maximum of 12 credits; however, there may be specific programs that do not permit non-matriculated enrollment in their courses. Interested parties should consult with the Registrar’s Office for a list of eligible courses.

If a non-matriculated student wishes to enroll in additional coursework beyond the 12 credits, they must apply, complete the appropriate admissions process with the Office of Admissions, and be accepted to the institution as a matriculated student. Credits earned under a non-matriculated status may be eligible to be transferred into a degree program. Please review the Transfer Credit Policy for additional information.

Non-matriculated students are expected to maintain a minimum 2.0 term grade point average (GPA) each semester they are enrolled. The institution reserves the right to revoke access for a non-matriculated student to enroll in future coursework if they do not maintain the minimum term GPA at the end of any enrolled semester.