Policies for Non-degree Students
A non-degree (or "special") student is defined as a person enrolled at Centenary on a non-degree-seeking basis. Applicants should submit the appropriate application for admission along with the application fee. High school and/or college transcripts may be requested of applicants wanting to enroll in upper-level classes. Non-degree students may enroll for courses without regard to graduation requirements providing that they meet all prerequisites for courses chosen. Financial aid is not available for non-degree seeking students. Non-degree students may not represent the College in extracurricular activities.
Non-degree students wishing to apply for admission to a degree program at Centenary must reapply as a degree-seeking candidate, provide full academic credentials, and meet admission requirements. Work completed at Centenary will weigh heavily in the evaluation of candidate's application for admission.