An undergraduate student taking courses at K-State but not regularly enrolled in work toward a degree.
an individual who has not applied for and been admitted to a degree program
a non-degree seeking student
a person who has not been admitted for a degree
a student who is not officially enrolled in any program in the William F
a student who registers for courses for personal interest without seeking a degree
A student with permission to register in courses without being admitted to a degree.
A student who is not studying for a degree either because he or she is ineligible or does not wish the degree.
student accepted provisionally by a university often as a way to recognize that individual's academic qualifications from another country.
A student who is not enrolled in a degree program and is therefore independent of the university’s academic requirements.
an admission category available to students who are admissible to the university and wish to take courses without pursuing a degree. Undergraduate students are limited to nine hours; graduate students are limited to 24 hours.
A person allowed to take courses, but not seeking a degree, certificate, or diploma from the University.
A student at a college or university who is not enrolled as a candidate for a degree. Also may be referred to as a nondegree, nonmatriculating, or visiting student.
See "Non-degree-seeking Student." Statute of Limitations for Graduate Study: Policy governing the period of time allowed from initial matriculation to the completion of graduate degree requirements. Please consult individual graduate program directors for the limitation established by each degree program.
A non-degree, non-matriculating, or visiting student who is not enrolled as a candidate for a degree.
A student who is admitted to credit courses but who is not a candidate for a University of Victoria degree or diploma.
A student who has not matriculated as a degree seeking student but has chosen selected courses for the purpose of investigation.