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Non-Matriculated Status

Individuals holding a baccalaureate degree who are not students in an advanced degree program may take courses during the academic year or in the summer as non-matriculated students. For a description of the maximum number of credits that may be applied to future graduate work, see the catalog or specific degree program of interest. If non-matriculated students later wish to be admitted to a degree program they must complete the regular admission procedure. Unless specified in the program requirements, no more than 12 course credits taken in this status may be applied to satisfy degree requirements. Non-matriculated students are not eligible for financial aid.

Non-Matriculated students may register for courses for which they have completed the prerequisites and have received the permission of the department chair or program director, subject to enrollment limitations and the accommodation of students in degree programs.

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Non-Matriculated Status
Ownership: Registrar's Office,
Last Modified: Apr 21, 2020 –
Categories: Graduate Studies
For questions regarding this policy, please contact the policy owner.
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