Non-Degree Seeking Graduate Student
Students holding a baccalaureate or higher degree from an accredited institution who wishes to enroll in a graduate course(s) for credit, but who is not seeking current admission to the School of Graduate Studies, may enroll as a Non-Degree Seeking Student. Such enrollment does not constitute admission to a Graduate Degree Program.
No more than twelve (12) credit hours can earned as a non-degree seeking student. Exceptions may be made for those students enrolled in the Non-Traditional Route to Mild/Moderate Teacher Certification.
Note: When applying make sure to choose Non-Degree Seeking on the application.
Financial Aid Regulations for Graduate Students
Students please be advised that the courses you choose to enroll in MUST be a required course or an elective course in your degree program. Financial Aid regulations dictate that any graduate student who is seeking financial aid must be enrolled in AT LEAST four credit hours during the fall, spring, or summer semester and the courses MUST be in the degree program.
*Certificate Programs do not qualify for financial aid.