Students wishing to take up to 24 credits, non-degree seeking, without being officially enrolled at The College at Brockport may apply as a non-matriculated student.
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Non-matriculated students are eligible to register for up to six semester hours of undergraduate course work in their first semester and nine credits in any subsequent semester, provided they maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0.
Please note that non-matriculated students:
- are not eligible for financial aid;
- receive limited academic advisement;
- must submit all official documents (college/high school transcripts) to continue as a non-matriculated student for the following semester;
- are subject to all changes in the course catalog if you choose to enroll at a later date;
- are limited to a maximum of 24 credit hours as a non-matriculated student.
How to Apply
To be eligible to apply as a Non-Matriculated Student, you must:
- meet the same undergraduate admission requirements as freshmen or transfer students;
- have earned a high school diploma or GED and be considered an undergraduate student
- students with a bachelor’s degree should work with the Office of Graduate Studies
- have never been enrolled at The College at Brockport.
To apply, please print off and complete the Non-Matriculated Student Application. A $25 application fee is due at the time of application.
The fall application deadline is Aug. 1 and the spring application deadline is Dec. 1. Applications received after these dates will only be processed for the wait list and admission decisions will be made on a space available basis.
Non-Matriculated High School Students
If you are a high school student and wish to enroll in a class at The College at Brockport, you need to complete a Non-Matriculated High School Student Application. You must also submit a letter from a parent or school counselor stating that they are supportive of your interest in taking courses at the collegiate level. Please bring the letter with you to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions upon applying. High school students may only take one class per semester. After you have applied, please check your application status regularly.