You’re considered a non-degree student for admission purposes if you don’t intend to complete a degree at WSU Tri-Cities and are taking coursework for personal enrichment, to transfer to another college, or for a teaching endorsement.
If you’re not seeking a degree, there are a few limitations on financial aid and graduate study:
Non-degree students aren’t eligible for financial aid.
If you decide to pursue a degree at WSU Tri-Cities, you have to apply for regular admission status.
Course work completed as an undergraduate non-degree student can’t be applied toward a graduate degree, and you can’t enroll in 500-level business classes or in courses at the 600, 700, or 800 level.
Some degree programs (business, engineering, and computer science for instance) require prerequisites beyond the standard general education requirements. Contact the Office of Admissions, email@example.com to find out if you’ll need to meet additional requirements before taking courses in your major.
Note: This is a guide to the admission process, not a statement of policy. See the WSU General Catalog for official requirements and regulations.