A person enrolled in a course who is not a degree candidate or provisional student is classified as a nondegree student. A nondegree student must either hold a high school diploma or its equivalent to take undergraduate courses. Exceptions may be made by the Undergraduate Admissions Office for students currently enrolled in high school (dual-enrollment students). A nondegree student may apply to enroll, if space is available, in credit courses if the requirements specified in Section 14-00 are met. A nondegree student may become a degree candidate under conditions specified in Section 18-00.
Revised Editorially: 3/2/76
Revised Editorially: 12/5/12