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Non Degree Seeking Student


Non-degree seeking students are only allowed to take up to six credit hours per semester for two semesters. At the end of two semesters the student must submit final documentation* to become a degree seeking student. Students must submit the following credentials before registering:

  1. A formal application for admission
  2. American College Test (ACT) Student Profile Report or SAT or ASSET or COMPASS Test scores. (In accordance with state law, test scores are required for placement in math, English, and reading.)
  3. Documentation (required by Arkansas statute) of immunization for measles, mumps, and rubella (State Health Department requires immunization be dated 1968 or later to be valid or documentation showing proof of birth prior to January 1, 1957). Two MMRs are required.

Note: non-degree seeking students are not eligible for financial aid assistance.

*An official high school transcript that includes the date of graduation or results of the General Education Development test (GED).