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This status is reserved for students who are not seeking a degree or certificate at the time of admission, are not interested in receiving financial aid, and who wish to waive placement testing and academic advisement which would normally determine the suitability of their courses for degree fulfillment or transfer credit.
Because of these conditions, enrolling for classes under this status is streamlined. Non-matriculated students do not follow the admission requirements of Matriculated students. The Non-Matriculated student status is designed to allow any interested individual to attend college credit courses without declaring a major or seeking a degree.
Students who register under this status for a given semester may not matriculate until the following semester. When a student wishes to become a matriculated student, they must follow the admission requirements for new matriculated students.
This status is most suited to students who wish to enroll in courses for the following reasons: personal enrichment, learning/upgrading job skills, fulfilling degree requirements for another institution.
For further information regarding registration for Non-Matriculated students, please contact the Registrar's Office.