Admission Non-Seeking Degree Student

Non-Seeking Degree Students are individuals who wish to take college courses for their personal interest and enjoyment but do not intend to pursue a degree. These individuals will be listed as “special students” and will not be subject to the requirements for admission as degree-seeking students. Special students must, however, give evidence of preparation and ability to perform successfully in college-level courses. A student in this category may earn no more than 30 semester hours.

Special students wishing to change their status to degree-seeking may do so by meeting all College admission requirements. Upon changing their status to degree-seeking, students may apply credits earned as “special students” to the degree.

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