A Non-degree seeking student is a student who is taking courses, but is not formally admitted to degree-seeking program status. Non-degree seeking applicants must submit:
- A Non-degree seeking admissions application; and
- An official final high school transcript verifying graduation; or
- A high school diploma or document; or
- GED or high school equivalency; or
- An official college transcript from a regionally accredited institution verifying high school graduation.
Non-degree seeking students are allowed to take a maximum of 55 credits before changing to degree seeking classification.
Non-degree students are not eligible for financial aid.
Guidelines for Changing Admit Status from non-degree seeking to degree Seeking
To be considered for admission in a degree seeking program, a non-degree seeking student must:
- Submit a complete admission application
- Have a 2.0 or higher GPA at CSU
- Earn 12 credits or more at CSU
- Submit any outstanding official transcripts to CSU Admissions