The Graduate School of Education encourages individuals not enrolled in a degree program to take courses as non-matriculated students.
Upcoming Registration Dates
May 22 and 23 from 1 - 3 p.m. for the Summer I and Summer II semesters
Lincoln Center campus: 45 Columbus Avenue, Second Floor
Westchester campus: 400 Westchester Avenue, West Harrison, NY
Browsing Course Schedules
- On my.Fordham.edu, select Class Schedule from the top right corner.
- Select term (e.g. Spring 2015)
- Choose your subject area(s)
- Teaching courses are listed under Curriculum and Teaching
- Counseling Psychology and School Psychology courses are listed under Psych and Educational Services
- Educational Leadership courses are listed under Administration and Supervision
- Interdisciplinary Research (CLAIR) courses are listed under Contemp Learn and Interdisc Rsch
- Cross disciplinary courses are listed under Urban Education
- Select Course Level: Graduate (Semester)
- Select College: Graduate Sch of Educ
Non-Matriculated Student Guidelines
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.
- 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.
2. Non-Matriculated Student Status
- Prospective students and current applicants for future terms are encouraged to take Graduate School of Education classes as non matriculated students.
- In person registration dates for non-matriculated students occur regularly just prior to the start of a new academic term.
- 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.
- Non-matriculated students who want to drop or add a course must contact the admissions office (212-636-6400), follow the GSE calendar for deadline dates and university policy for refunds.
3. Credit Limit, Course Limitations
- The Graduate School of Education provides opportunities for non-matriculated students to take course for an of our three academic terms: Fall, Spring, Summer.
- Non-matriculated students are not allowed to register on their own for classes and must follow procedures of getting course approval from a faculty member and being registered by the GSE admissions staff.
- 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 or practica, or those reserved for a cohort group.
4. Tuition and Fees
Non-matriculated students pay the regular tuition rate plus the following additional fees:
- University General Fee: $125 per term, Fall and Spring only
- GSE TK20 Assessment Fee: $100 one time-only fee, 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.