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NON-DEGREE SEEKING STUDENTS CAN ENROLL AT UW-STEVENS POINT

Non-degree seeking students are a diverse group broadly defined as people not currently seeking a degree and may fall into the following categories:

HOW TO BECOME A NON-DEGREE STUDENT

For information on how to apply to become a non-degree seeking student, please review the next steps.

OTHER INFORMATION FOR NON-DEGREE STUDENTS

  1. Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for financial aid.
  2. Non-degree seeking students do not indicate majors, and they are not assigned faculty advisors. Appointments may be scheduled with the Student Academic Advising Center if advising is needed.
  3. Non-degree seeking students have the privileges of other registered students, such as access to the Learning Resources Center, recreational facilities, health services, etc., when they obtain a valid UWSP student ID from the PointCard Office.
  4. Non-degree seeking students may change status to a degree-seeking student by completing the UW System application for admission, submitting transcripts and ACT scores (if required), and paying the application fee.

Please contact the Office of the Registrar by email or phone at 715-346-4301 with questions regarding non-degree student status.