Financial aid for non-degree students
The following options may be available if you are not currently admitted to
a degree or eligible certificate program:
This interactive tool provides information on financial aid
and other options for non-degree students who are taking classes without being
admitted to a degree or eligible certificate program. Resources may include
scholarships, grants, loans, employer tuition benefits, funding from government
agencies, and the Lifetime Learning Tax Credit.
If you are a non-degree student who is taking courses that
are prerequisites for admission into a degree program, you may be eligible for
some federal student loans.
You may be eligible to borrow a loan through a private lending institution. Visit the Private alternative loans page to research private loan options and to use the FastChoice selection tool.
You can look for scholarships specifically for non-degree students once you have initiated your University student Internet account.