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Terms and Conditions for Non-Degree Graduates

Students must submit an admission application, available on the web site: or in the Continuing Education Office, Netzer Administration Building, Room 132. Applicants must include with their applications an official transcript reflecting award of a baccalaureate degree.

Admission as a non-degree graduate student does not guarantee future admission to a degree program, nor does it guarantee availability of courses at the time of registration. Non-degree students register for classes after degree seeking students have registered. Not all courses are open to non-degree students. Check with the offering department before submitting an application for admission as a non-degree student.

Tuition for non-degree graduate students is based on the level of the course(s) in which the students enroll. Graduate courses are assessed the graduate rate; undergradute courses are assessed at the undergraduate rate.

Non-degree graduate students who do not maintain a 3.0 GPA in graduate level course work, or a 2.0 GPA in undergraduate level corusework may be precluded from future enrollment.

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