Graduate Nondegree-Seeking Student Application Procedure
- Applicants who have earned a bachelor’s degree and are not enrolled in a graduate program can take classes at Grand Valley as a nondegree seeking student. Information about course offerings can be found in the Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog.
- Students should complete the nondegree-seeking graduate application:
- For personal development without completing a graduate degree nor receiving a graduate certificate.
- For completion of prerequisites required for admission to their chosen graduate program.
- Nondegree-seeking students are not eligible for federal or state financial assistance.
- A maximum of 6 to 12 credit hours taken as nondegree may be applied to a graduate degree, depending on the program of interest. Refer to the Grand Valley State University Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog for specific requirements.
- All graduate education students seeking a degree, endorsement, approval, licensure or certificate change must be formally admitted to graduate study by applying for “degree-seeking” graduate admission.
Changing Status from Non-degree to Degree Seeking
You may seek a change in status by: