Non-degree seeking students are individuals who do not plan to receive a degree from Appalachian. The coursework cannot be used for admission to undergraduate or graduate degree programs. Applicants who are not accepted as a degree-seeking first-year, transfer or graduate students are not eligible for non-degree status. Non-degree students may take a maximum of 18 hours each semester. Because this classification is designed for students taking courses purely for their edification, academic advisors are not assigned.
Non-degree applicants are accepted on a space-available basis so are encouraged to apply as early as possible.
- Students wishing to gain a teaching licensure should contact the Appalachian Transition to Teaching Program.
- If you would like to take a course with a pre-requisite, you will need to provide the appropriate transcripts of these pre-requisites to the academic department offering this course.
- If you are currently enrolled in high school, you must provide the appropriate permissions from the high school counselor, a parent/guardian, AND faculty member from course(s) for which you seek to register.
- If you are seeking joint enrollment, you must provide approval to attend Appalachian and proof of good standing in writing from your home institution.
- Feel free to contact an admissions counselor if you have questions.
To learn more about courses offered at Appalachian, review our course catalog for a comprehensive list with descriptions.