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Assistant Dean of Admissions & Enrollment Services
Non-Matriculated Student Guidelines
Thank you for your interest in Fordham University. We welcome you to register for classes as a non-matriculated student. Here are some particulars that you should be aware of:
1. You must provide proof of the following
Earned Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university. A copy of your diploma or transcript is acceptable. 2. Non Matriculated Student Status
Proof of identity, in the form of a government issued photo id (driver's license, passport, etc.)
Course approval from an academic advisor for your courses. You will have an opportunity to meet with an advisor during our In Person Registration hours.
Prospective students and current applicants for future terms are encouraged to take Graduate School of Education classes as non matriculated students. 3. Credit Limit, Course Limitations
In person registration dates for non-matriculated students occur regularly just prior to the start of a new academic term. See above for dates.
Undergraduate Seniors already enrolled at Fordham University whose programs do not require their full-time attendance may register as non-matriculated students; written consent from the GSE Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and their school's Dean is required. A maximum of six credits will be allowed.
If individuals are already accepted to another Fordham academic program, they must take an official leave of absence from or withdraw from the program prior to seeking non-matriculated status in the Graduate School of Education.
Applicants that have been denied admission to the Graduate School of Education are not eligible to enroll as non-matriculated students
The Graduate School of Education provides opportunities for non-matriculated students to take courses for any of our three academic terms: Fall, Spring, Summer 4. Tuition and Fees
As a non-matriculated student, you may not exceed more than 12-credits. Enrollment as a non-matriculated student does not imply acceptance or eligibility to any degree program in the Graduate School of Education.
Courses taken as a non-matriculated student do not automatically count toward a graduate degree program.
Non-matriculated students are not eligible to take advanced level courses (level 7000 or higher), courses requiring pre- or co-requisites, independent studies, tutorials, any field placement practica, or those reserved for a cohort group.
Non-matriculated students pay the regular tuition rate plus the following additional fees: University General Fee ($90 per term, Fall and Spring only); GSE TK20 Assessment Fee ($100 one-time only free, assessed at time of first registration); Technology Access Fee ($100 per term, Fall and Spring only). 5. Financial Aid and Scholarships
Non matriculated students are not eligible for Graduate School of Education scholarships or graduate assistantships.
Non matriculated students are not eligible for federal financial aid.