What’s a Non-Admitted Student?
“Non-admitted student” is used to describe a student who is taking courses but is not working to achieve a degree. These students may be taking classes for professional enrichment or for personal development. Non-admitted students are required to follow all the same rules of the university as degree-seeking students.
How do I Qualify as a Non-Admitted Student?
By falling into one of these categories:
- High school students participating in an official WOU high school partnership program
- Students enrolled in courses through WOU’s Center for Academic Innovation
- Students approved to take undergraduate or graduate courses for use at another institution or life-long learning
- WOU employees
Enroll as a Non-Admitted Student
- Download, print and fill out a petition to enroll as a non-admitted student.
- Submit the completed form to Admissions in APSC 408 on campus or send it to:
Western Oregon University
345 N. Monmouth Ave.
Monmouth, OR 97361
- Pay the one-time $20 non-admit application fee.