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Students who have been admitted for credit course work may classify themselves as non-degree-seeking. (Credits will be granted for completed courses.) The non-degree status may be used only when it is not necessary for the student’s previous academic records to be on file.

Students may take up to 12 credit hours as a non-degree-seeking student, at which time students must be degree-seeking. The non-degree status shall not be used with degree-seeking, certificate seeking students, students seeking any type of financial aid (Social Security, veteran benefits, federal grants, scholarships, etc.), or by international students on an F-1/M-1 visa.

Non-degree-seeking students are not eligible for financial aid.

Non-degree-seeking students may be required to submit placement scores to register for certain courses. Please see the Course Listing section of the College Catalog, or speak with an academic advisor.