Classification of Students: Matriculated/Non-Matriculated Status
A student who has made formal application with the Office of Admissions and has been notified that all the requirements for acceptance as a degree candidate have been met is considered to be matriculated.
A non-matriculated student may take a limited number of courses at the College (12 credits maximum), but is not classified as a candidate in a degree program. The non-matriculated student is expected to complete all assignments and is graded in the same manner as a matriculated student. If the student subsequently wishes to become a candidate for a degree, a formal application must be made with the Office of Admissions. Courses completed by non-matriculated students may, if appropriate to the degree program, be credited toward the degree.