Non-Degree Seeking and Special Status Students
Individuals may seek admission to UNF in a non-degree seeking or special status for one semester by submitting an application for admission and a $30 application fee to the Office of Admissions by the appropriate deadline for the desired semester. Upon admission, the student may register for one term in a non-degree seeking / special student category. Please note the following information about non-degree seeking and special status students
- No more than 12 undergraduate semester hours earned as a non-degree / special student may be transferred to a UNF undergraduate degree program. The transfer of any course(s) to a degree program earned while in a non-degree seeking / special status must be recommended by the dean or designee of the college which administers the program.
- First-time-in-college freshmen are prohibited from enrolling as non-degree seeking / special students.
- Students enrolled in a non-degree / special status will register for classes on a space-available basis.
- Non-degree seeking / special status are not eligible to receive Financial Aid.
- Non-degree seeking / special students wishing to continue at UNF beyond one term must apply as a degree-seeking student. Successful completion of coursework in a non-degree status does not guarantee admissions to the University.
- Certain courses may require permission from the instructor prior to registration.
View information on transient enrollment.