Non-Degree Application

GENERAL ADMISSIONS INFORMATION
  • Non-degree students are generally allowed to take up to 12 Adelphi University credits.  
  • Complete the following application, statement of intent and a nonrefundable application fee of $50.
  • Submit additional application requirements as listed below.
  • All applications will be evaluated by the Office of University Admissions on a case-by-case basis. 
Feel free to contact the Office of University Admissions at 516.877.3050 with any questions.  



GRADUATE STUDENT NON-DEGREE
If you are a non-degree graduate student and want to take graduate courses at Adelphi University, you must submit an official or unofficial transcript showing proof of a baccalaureate degree.  Please note, certain programs may require departmental approval.

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT NON-DEGREE
If you are a non-degree undergraduate student and want to take undergraduate prerequisite courses, you must submit an official or unofficial transcript showing proof of baccalaureate degree.  Please note, certain classes may require departmental approval.

VISITING STUDENT NON-DEGREE
If you are a non-degree visiting student and want to take course(s) at Adelphi University with the intention of having them transferred back to your degree-granting institution, you must submit a recommendation letter from the degree-granting institution that includes the course(s) and credit hours you are permitted to take at Adelphi University.  The statement must also include a description of the course(s) and how these course(s) will transfer back to the degree-granting institution.



OTHER SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES:
If you have graduated from high school or earned a high school equivalency diploma at least one year ago but have not earned a Bachelor's degree, you may take up to 12 credits as a non-degree student. If you are looking to have your credits transfer to your current institution, please refer to the information under 'Visiting Student' listed above. Please submit your official or unofficial final high school transcript indicating your date of graduation or proof of high equivalency diploma.




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