Tuition and fees are subject to change. For most updated tuition charges visit student accounts.
When and how can I apply? Submit a completed Non-Degree application and pay the $50* application fee (credit cards are only accepted for online Non-Degree application fees). Applications are not accepted without payment.
*If you are UM employee (with Tuition remission Benefits) or a dependent, the application fee is waived.
When the registration period is open you must submit a course request form to firstname.lastname@example.org for processing; course request forms are not accepted prior to your registration appointment. You can check on your CaneLink to find out your registration appointment time so you know the specific date/time you can turn in your course request form.
To find our when enrollment opens for a semester check the academic calendar.
If you do not enroll in a major term (Fall or Spring), you will have to reapply (completing the non-degree undergraduate application and paying the $50 application fee).
Payment is due before the first day of class. Student can pay online through their CaneLink. Questions regarding payments and refunds should be made to the Office of Student Account Services, 158 Ashe Building, 305-284-6430. Hours of operation are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and until 6 p.m. on Wednesday.
Check the online academic calendars for term dates as well as other important dates during the term.
These credits may apply if and when you are admitted to a degree seeking program, as long as they fill the requirements towards your major. Always meet with an advisor from the specific major/program you are attempting to be admitted to verify which courses would apply.
If you have an application pending at UM admissions you cannot apply/register as non-degree seeking student.
If you have been rejected from UM admissions you must wait an academic year before you can enroll for classes as a Non-Degree seeking student.
If English is not your native language but you graduated from a four year English speaking University then you do not need a TOEFL.
If you are full time degree seeking at another University you can enroll in classes during the summer sessions only. You will need to have an academic advisor of dean sign off on the application that you are in good standing at your current university. Otherwise you are not eligible until you are more than two years out of high school to enroll in classes as a Non-Degree seeking student.
As long as you have a total score of 280 (with a minimum of 50 required in all sub-tests), and comply with all other policies. If it is a computer based score the minimum is 2800 (with a minimum of 500 required in all sub-tests).
If you are a full time UM Employee with Tuition Remission Benefits, please visit the below web sites for information regarding the benefits (Employees and dependents must meet all admission requirements):
For specific questions regarding Tuition Remission Benifits, please call Human Resources at 305-284-3004.
Students are responsible for obtaining their cane cards for more information call the Cane Care Office at 305-284-3096, books for more information call the UM Bookstore at 305-284-4101 and parking permits for more information call the Parking and Transportation Department at 305-284-3096.
Non-Degree students are NOT eligible for financial aid.
Domestic students enrolled in six or more credit hours per semester (or considered full time, including graduate students enrolled in a 700/800 level class) are required to obtain adequate health insurance (see exceptions). The annual premium for the health insurance plan offered through the Student Health Service is added to each student's fees. Domestic students with adequate alternative coverage may request cancellation of the insurance fee via CaneLink. Students with limited out of area coverage or otherwise inadequate coverage are urged to carefully review their options before waiving the Student Health Service sponsored insurance plan. Deadlines to waive the insurance are July 25th for the Fall semester, January 25th for the Spring semester, April 25th for Summer I and June 25th for Summer II.
For complete information please see the Health Center Website located here.
Non-Degree Seeking students are NOT eligible for on-campus housing. However, you may find a list of off-campus housing available on the off-campus housing database. For more information please see the off-campus housing website.
Students may access their grades on CaneLink. Please see the academic calendar to find out when grades will post for the semester you are attending. Official transcripts must be requested from the Office of the Registrar. Students may order a transcript online through their CaneLink account, or by downloading theTranscript Request Form that must be then mailed or faxed to the Office of the Registrar. This form should NOT be sent to the Non-Degree Office. (Please be aware that unofficial transcripts are available for viewing and printing online in CaneLink. Click on “Go to Student Center” à under “Academics” choose “Course History” from the drop down box)