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Learn Again Lifelong Learning Benefit

Use your UMAA connection! Return to campus to learn again, taking credit courses in the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Communication, and School of Education & Human Development at a special Alumni rate. All University of Miami graduates are eligible for this special Lifelong Learning Benefit. Students may take whatever courses are of interest, that they may have missed the opportunity to enroll in previously while completing degree requirements. From Anthropology to Theatre Arts and all the disciplines in between, they may choose a course or collection of courses (maximum two courses per discipline) to meet professional or personal goals.The Alumni Rate Program offered by the Division of Continuing & International Education is the opportunity for holders of UM degrees (both undergraduate and graduate degrees) to take courses, on a space available basis, in the College of Arts and Sciences at the special rate of $750 (per credit hour) effective Fall 2014.


  • Students may enroll to a maximum of 12 undergraduate credits per semester.
  • Students are limited to two courses per academic department.
  • Eligible classes only from the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Communication, and School of Education & Human Development only (please note: restrictions do apply and NOT all classes in the participating schools and colleges are open for Alumni Rate Enrollment).
  • Enrollment in selected courses is permitted on a space-available basis only within 2 spots of full enrollment).
  • Enrollment is permitted two days prior to first day of class.
  • Courses taken for undergraduate credit (including 500 level courses) will not be considered for graduate credit at a later date.
  • International students will not be issued I-20 forms.

Interested students must submit an online application. Once the application is approved and processed, students will be asked to email the course request two days before the start of the semester. It is that easy to be on the way to continued learning at the University of Miami.

BE ADVISED: Non-Degree Graduate Status, Non-Degree Undergraduate Status, Non-Degree Alumni Status, etc., each have unique requirements, regulations, and pricing.  Once a student applies and/or  registers in any specific student status,  their status CANNOT be changed for that semester. 

Policies Governing Enrollment in University of Miami Non-degree Alumni Status

Alumni Nondegree Status Online Application

For more information please email or call the Division of Continuing & International Education at 305-284-4000.