You’re considered a non-degree student for admission purposes if you don’t intend to complete a degree at WSU and are taking coursework for personal enrichment, to transfer to another college, or for a teaching endorsement.
If you’re not seeking a degree, there are a few limitations on financial aid and graduate study:
- Non-degree students aren’t eligible for financial aid.
- If you decide to pursue a degree at WSU, you have to apply for regular admission status.
- Course work completed as a non-degree student can’t be applied toward a graduate degree and you can’t enroll in 500-level business classes or in courses at the 600, 700, or 800 level.