A student who is not enrolled in a degree or certificate major. Non-degree status is specifically for students who wish to pursue coursework with neither the responsibilities nor the benefits of degree status. A non-degree student can select courses without regard to degree or certificate requirements, assuming all course prerequisites have been met. A non-degree student may register for no more than seven credits per semester (or two classes) and is not eligible for financial aid. If and when a non-degree student wishes to transfer to degree-seeking status, the rules in effect for degree-seeking applicants will apply.
As long as a student is officially enrolled and permitted to continue his/her studies toward a degree or certificate at the College, the student will be considered to be making satisfactory progress. Students receiving financial aid must meet additional criteria to remain eligible for continued financial aid.