If you have a successful record of college performance and seek to attend the College only for personal enrichment, that is, not to obtain a certificate or a degree, you are considered a non-matriculating student.
To enroll, please follow the steps below.
Note: Non-matriculating students are NOT eligible to receive financial aid or veterans education benefits from Community College of Philadelphia.
STEP 1 – Find Your Courses
- View our course finder to see if the courses you wish to take are open.
- Make certain all course prerequisites have been completed. View a listing of course offerings and prerequisites.
- Write down the five-digit CRN (course reference number) for the course(s) you wish to take.
STEP 2 – Complete an Admissions Application
STEP 3 – Obtain Proof of Prerequisite Completion
You must provide proof that you have completed prerequisites for the course(s) you are planning to take. You may provide the following (any or all applicable) as proof:
- Unofficial college transcript showing grade(s) of C- or better for the prerequisite course(s)
- College diploma may be used to satisfy placement into any courses requiring English 101 as a prerequisite.
- Minimum test scores may be used to satisfy placement into English 101 or math 118. (NOTE: Scores MUST be within the past two years from the month the test was taken):
- SAT — Reading 510 and/or Math 470
- ACT — English 21 and/or Math 17
- TOEFL — Total score 77 AND writing score 20
- IELTS — Total score 6 AND writing score 6
STEP 4 – Complete the Online Guest/Non-matriculating Student Form
Log into MyCCP and access the Electronic Forms Channel. Complete and submit the Guest/Non-matriculating Student form for processing.
Upon review and approval of submitted documents, you will receive an email with permission and instructions on how to register online for your classes. Please allow two business days for processing.
STEP 5 – Pay for Your Classes
Please review and select from one of our many Payment Options. You must pay for classes by the payment deadline to preserve classes on your schedule for the semester.