Graduate Nondegree Information
When taking courses at the graduate level, nondegree (nonmatriculated) students:
- must be in good academic and financial standing with the college;
- may enroll in a limited selection of courses offered by the School for Graduate Studies each term (fall, spring and summer);
- must provide an official transcript verifying completion of a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution prior to acceptance as a nonmatriculated student; and
- are not eligible for financial aid.
Transition from Nondegree Student to Degree-Seeking Student
Successful completion of courses as a nonmatriculated student will be considered in admissions decisions but will not automatically qualify an individual for admission to a graduate program.
M.A.T. Students: Nonmatriculated Field Experience Policy
- Nonmatriculated students are exempt from any field experience requirements associated with education courses offered through the college's M.A.T. program; and
- If you successfully complete an education course(s) offered through the college's M.A.T. program as a nonmatriculated student and later are admitted to this program, you must fulfill the field experience requirement(s) by the end of the first year.