Non-Degree Seeking Students
Stetson understands the importance of having options in your educational journey.
We don’t believe in one-size-fits-all and we understand that students take classes for a variety of reasons. Let us be your guide to finding your own individualized path.
Whether you are taking classes as a transient student to complete your degree at another institution or want to get back into the classroom for personal or professional development – we want to help you on your educational journey.
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There are four different types of non-degree-seeking students on campus.
- Non-Degree Seeking Students are those who have no degree and are not seeking a degree but are taking courses for credit. These students are billed at undergraduate tuition rates.
- Post-Baccalaureate, Post-Master and Post-Doctoral students have already completed a degree and are taking courses for credit but are not admitted to a graduate program and are not working toward a degree at Stetson University. Post-baccalaureate students are billed at the graduate level in regard to tuition and fees.
- Transient Students are those seeking a degree at another college but taking courses at Stetson for a limited time. These students are billed at undergraduate tuition rates.
- Auditors are students who enroll in a course but earn no academic credit. Participation in class work is at the option of the instructor. A course taken in audit status may not count for credit unless the course is repeated in a different semester.