CCU's College of Adult and Graduate Studies has many graduate and adult courses that appeal to students who want to enrich their lives and advance their learning – without earning a specific degree. Great faculty and the community of scholars draw many students to come and learn at CCU. In addition, licensed educators come to CCU to earn the non-degree program credits necessary to maintain their credentials, while others gain valuable classroom experience and a professional certificate.
For these students, non-degree courses are the best option. It allows them to register for adult degree programs and courses without choosing a major or seeking a specific degree.
A non-degree seeking student taking undergraduate courses is required to have a high school diploma or GED. Non-degree students taking graduate courses are required to have a bachelor's degree.
Non-degree seeking students must complete the College of Adult and Graduate Studies admissions application online. First, create an account on CCU's secure Web site, then click on Apply Online. You will need to choose "Non-Degree Seeking (Adult)" or "Non-Degree Seeking (Graduate)" as your academic program on the admission application.
Please note that tuition is due upon registration. Financial aid is not applicable to non-degree credit earned.
Contact an Enrollment Counselor at the College of Adult and Graduate Studies Center nearest you if you have questions or would like to talk to someone about registering for adult programs or classes at CCU.