Non-Degree Seeking Students
Students do not have to be in a degree program to take classes at The University of Tampa. Whether students want to take a class to try out a major, explore another career path or simply learn something new – UT welcomes you.
If you fall under one of the categories below, apply online
, and then contact the Office of Graduate and Continuing Studies at (813) 253-6249 or firstname.lastname@example.org
for registration procedures and more information.
If you want to take classes for credit, but not as part of a degree program, you should apply as a non-degree seeking student. Students may enroll as non-degree seeking for up to three terms.
You may also audit a course at UT. Auditors do not receive grades or credit and must seek permission from the professor to attend the class. Complete the application process as an auditor.
If you are pursuing a degree at another college or university and want to earn course credit at UT to transfer to your home institution, apply as a transient student. Transient students need an official letter from their institution stating they are in good academic standing and eligible to return. This letter should include a list of approved course(s) for transfer.
High school students may take classes at UT with a letter of recommendation from a high school principal or counselor. Apply as a non-degree seeking student.NOTE: Non-degree-seeking students and auditors are not eligible for financial aid.