Non-Degree Seeking Admission Requirements
Non-Degree Admission Requirements
Applicants who desire to enroll in courses offered by the University of Holy Cross but do not intend to have their course work credited toward a degree or certification program offered by the University. Students admitted as “non-degree” seeking may earn up to 36 semester hours of credit. Under no circumstances may course work completed in a non-degree seeking status be applied to any degree or certification program at the University of Holy Cross. Non-degree seeking students are not eligible to receive any form of federal, state, or institutional financial aid.
To be considered for admission to the University of Holy Cross as a non-degree student, applicants must submit the following admissions items:
- A completed application for admission
- Submit immunization records or waiver
Visiting Student Admission
Visiting students are students presently enrolled at other colleges and universities who desire to take courses offered at the University of Holy Cross.
To be considered for admission to the University of Holy Cross as a Visiting Student, applicants must submit the following admissions items:
- Complete an application for admission
- Request a letter of good standing from the home institution or submit a transcript with final grades from the last semester the student attended at the home institution