The Office of Student and Academic Services staff is available to assist Non-Degree students in selecting the most appropriate course for their plans. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if guidance is needed.
Non-Degree Student Resources
Coursework and Resources
Changing Class Schedule
You can enroll in additional classes or swap courses through the open registration period. You can also drop a course if you are enrolled in multiple courses for the semester.
Fall/Spring: You may make changes to your registration through StudentAdmin during the Add/Drop Period. After the Add/Drop Period, all requests to withdraw from a class must be made via email to email@example.com. To cancel or withdraw from ALL registered courses, you must complete a Non-Degree Voluntary Separation Request. It is your responsibility to be aware of the published deadlines regarding registration and refunds.
Summer/Winter: You may make changes to your registration through StudentAdmin during the Add/Drop Period. After the Add/Drop Period, all requests to withdraw from a class must be made via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that in addition to any remaining balance you will be responsible for a $65 non-refundable cancellation fee and a $20 STEP (Non-Degree) non-refundable enrollment fee.
Pay Your Bill
Registration obligates you to make full payment for your course(s). Your bill will be available in Student Administration within 24 hours of course registration. Payments are due within three days of registration. If unpaid, a late fee will be assessed. If you are unable to pay for the course(s) or choose not to take the course(s), you must formally drop the course(s) within the published refund deadlines. Failure to properly drop the course(s) or make payment will result in referral to a collection agency.
Payment for your course(s) is processed through the University’s Student Administration System. Detailed instructions are available on the Bursar’s website. You may also pay by check at a Hartford campus Bursar’s Office or by check or cash at the Storrs Bursar’s Office. If you have questions regarding payment for your course(s), please contact the Office of Business and Student Services at (959) 200-3743.
Admission to the MSW Program
Non-Degree Program students are encouraged to consider applying to our Master of Social Work program. Completing Non-Degree Program courses could lighten your courseload before applying to the MSW program and help you make a decision about a career in social work. However, Non-Degree status does not constitute, guarantee, or imply admission or readmission into any program at UConn.