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Academic & Student Affairs Handbook

3.7 Admission of Non-degree Students

Last reviewed: October 2014

SOURCE:
BoR POLICY 4.2.2.3, ADMISSION OF NON-DEGREE STUDENTS

Institutions may permit students to enroll as non-degree students for a maximum of twelve (12) semester credit hours, including institutional credit. Students may not enroll in any course for which there is a Learning Support prerequisite unless they have been evaluated for and have been exempted from the relevant Learning Support course.

Students who have earned the baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution may enroll as non-degree students in courses with no limitation on the number of undergraduate credit hours that can be earned.

Post baccalaureate students who are interested in staff development, Continuing Education Units (CEU), or professional learning units and who have not been admitted to the graduate school may enroll in courses for non-credit. However, such students must meet the prerequisites for the class.

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