One taking classes without the expectation of receiving a degree. A non-degree student is neither part time nor full time, and is not classified as freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior.
a graduate student who has earned a baccalaureate degree or higher, and does not necessarily wish to pursue a degree program
an individual who is interested in taking graduate level courses and is not admitted to a graduate degree program
a student who has been admitted to a nondegree category (sometimes referred to as a continuing education student) and is not currently seeking a bachelor's degree
One who takes credit courses as a means of demonstrating ability to succeed at the University level, as a means of satisfying the entrance requirements for a specific programme, or for purposes of professional development.
Term used to describe students who participate fully in part of a degree programme: attending lectures, taking part in seminars and practical sessions, and submitting written work, without actually proceeding to a degree.
A student enrolled in subjects, where completion of the subjects does not result in an award. The student is assessed in the subject.