Non-degree High School Status

Students who are high school juniors or seniors may apply for enrollment in the Division of Continuing and International Education.

  • Students can take a maximum of two courses (6 credit hours) during a semester.
  • High School students pay regular tuition and mandatory student fees.
  • Students are eligible for 100 and 200 level courses and must meet course prerequisites and receive departmental approval to enroll. Your advisor will assist you to obtain departmental approval and register for classes.
  • After 12 attempted credits a grade point average of 2.5 or higher must be maintained to continue in Undergraduate Non-Degree seeking status (with a maximum total limit of 30 attempted credits).

Online Application Submission Dates

Term App Opens App Closes and Supplemental Documents Deadline
Spring  October 1, 2023 January 5, 2024
Summer A and C  March 1, 2024 May 3, 2024
Summer B March 1, 2024* (will close May 3 and reopen May 13) June 7, 2024
Fall  April 1, 2024 August 9, 2024

The non-degree seeking application closes 10 business days prior to the start of the semester. Supplemental application documents must be submitted by the application deadline. Please refer to the above calendar for the specific timeline.

*The summer term application will be disabled 10 business days prior to the start of Summer A on May 3 and reopen on May 13.

Application Process

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  • Step 1: Confirm your eligibility

    Students must be a junior or senior in high school, have at least a 3.5 GPA and submit the following supplemental application materials as required:

    1. High school transcript(s)
    2. A letter from the high school stating student is eligible for the course
    3. A letter of permission from a parent stating student can enroll in the course (email
    4. SAT/ACT test scores for math and physics courses
    5. AP/IB test results if the course has a prerequisite

  • Step 2: Apply online

Course Search

Fall and summer courses are available at the end of March. Spring courses are available at the end of October. Search for classes here>

Contact Us

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