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Registration and Records

The non-degree classification is used only by those students who will not be working toward a degree at UWF. Successful completion of courses in this classification does not provide a basis for degree status. Undergraduate students may petition their departments and colleges to accept a maximum of 15 semester hours of non-degree course work to apply toward the degree. Graduate students may petition their departments and colleges for a maximum of 12 semester hours to apply toward the graduate degree. Non-degree students are expected to have the appropriate academic background to complete college level course work.

Non-degree students are subject to the student policies stated in the Catalog and UWF Student Planner and Handbook. Non-degree students should review the Confidentiality of Student Records and Directory Information to understand privacy information.

Course work completed as a non-degree student will be included in the undergraduate or graduate UWF GPA, determined by the level of the course.

International students in F-1 status should consult with the Director of the International Student Office regarding enrollment as a Non-Degree Student.

Application fee and transcripts from other institutions are not required.

All Pensacola campus students are required to purchase a Nautilus Card.

Parking a vehicle on campus requires a parking decal which may be purchased at the Cashier?s Office.

Compliance with the immunization policy is required prior to registration. Contact the Office of Student Affairs for information.

To be considered for degree status, students must contact the Office of Admissions and complete the required application.

Returning non-degree students must file a new non-degree student application in the Office of the Registrar. The non-degree student registration period begins two weeks prior to the first day of classes for the semester - see Academic Calendar for specific dates.

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