Students interested in taking courses for academic credit but not in seeking a degree from TCU may be admitted for non-degree study. Non-degree students are held to the same standards governing academic progress (including probation/suspension) as degree students.
Non-degree status would apply to persons:
Persons who do not fit into any of these categories, but want to take credit courses, will be considered for limited enrollment status. Limited enrollment status is open to persons who:
A limited enrollment student may not enroll in more than six semester hours of coursework per semester or three hours per summer session. Exceptions must be approved by the Office of Extended Education. A maximum of 12 semester hours may be accumulated. At that time a student may apply as a degree-seeking student or receive special permission to continue beyond the 12 hours limitation.
Applications for non-degree study may be obtained from the Office of Extended Education.
Non-immigrant students may be considered for non-degree status without the limitations stated above, but must abide by the regulations stipulated by the Office of International Student Affairs. These applicants should contact the Office of International Student Affairs for specific limitations, application forms, and procedures for international students.
Non-Degree to Degree Status
Undergraduate students who wish to change from non-degree to degree status must submit the appropriate application form obtained from the Office of Admission. The semester hours earned as a non-degree student can be applied toward a degree program if applicable.
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