Students who are looking to enroll in courses and NOT earn a Bachelor, Master, or Ph.D degree. This status allows students to earn academic credit without being admitted to a degree granting area of the university. Students are responsible for abiding by the appropriate visa regulations for their studies.
You are currently under suspension from UNM or any other institution.
You have exhausted your eligibility in University College and are not academically eligible to enter a degree-granting college at UNM.
You were previously an undergraduate student at UNM and have not completed an associate's or bachelor's degree.
You have been refused admission to degree-seeking status.
Important Information for Non-Degree Students
For those without a bachelor degree: Credits earned in Non-Degree status are recorded on a UNM permanent record and may be applied to an undergraduate plan of study if the courses meet specific degree requirements. Non-Degree students applying for undergraduate degree status must follow admission procedures and provide all items/credentials necessary. There is a 30 credit hour limit in Non-Degree status if you do not have a baccalaureate degree. Undergraduate colleges at UNM will not accept in a degree program more than 30 UNM hours earned while in Non-Degree status, nor is a college obligated to accept any hours that do not fulfill college degree requirements. Non-Degree students without a baccalaureate degree may not enroll in 500-600 level courses.
For those with a bachelor degree: There is no earned hours limit for students with a baccalaureate degree. In some cases, graduate credit course work earned while in Non-Degree may apply to a graduate degree – contact the specific academic department for details.
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