Individuals who wish to enroll at the University of Saint Francis without working toward an academic degree are classified as non-degree students. Non-degree students may apply for regular admission.
Non-degree students fall into the following two categories.
Students interested in enrolling part time and taking courses for credit, for self-enrichment, and/or for job improvement may apply as non-degree students. Students must submit an official transcript from the last academic institution attended and an application at sf.edu/apply.
University transcripts are also recommended and/ or may be required for course placement.
Students who wish to enroll in a course or courses on a non-credit basis are classified as audit students and must complete an audit application form. No other credentials are required for admission, and no application fee is charged. Audit students receive a grade of “AU” and no college credit for their courses. Students registering as audit students are requested to consult the current semester schedule for the per-credit-hour audit fee. To audit, students must have met the prerequisites for courses or have the instructor’s permission to take the class. Audit students may register for open classes only and can register the day after current student registration. Audit students must reapply each semester. Contact the Office of Admissions for more information.