If you have a successful record of college performance and seek to attend the College only for personal or professional enrichment, that is, not to obtain a certificate or a degree, you are considered a non-matriculating student.
Non-matriculating students are permitted to enroll in only one course (not to exceed four credits) per semester with a maximum of three courses (not to exceed nine credits) before matriculation is required. Course prerequisite requirements must be followed, and applicants must abide by the processes relating to prerequisite course requirements.
Applicants are responsible for providing a college transcript or a copy of a college diploma from a regionally-accredited institution showing evidence of completed coursework. Non-matriculating students are not eligible to receive financial aid.