By Dru Macasieb
Originally Written: March 31st, 2017
Students who have graduated from a program are eligible to return and audit courses from their program. This student becomes known as a non-matriculated student, that is a non-degree seeking student. This status is most suited for students who wish to enroll for personal enrichment and to re-learning and fine-tune previously learned material.
Here are the steps to becoming a non-matriculated student:
- Contact the associate dean of your program.
- Discuss which courses you would like to audit
- If the course is available, he will schedule for the course
- Fill out a change of status form.
Rules for Auditing Courses:
To avoid disrupting the class, non-matriculated students must attend class and participate as a matriculated (normal) student. This means that assignments, discussions, daily checkpoints, and assessments should be completed like normal. If non-matriculated students do not participate or disrupt the class, they may lose the benefit of auditing the courses in the future.