Individuals who are interested in applying for nonmatriculated enrollment in courses or in non-degree-granting programs, e.g., the Knight or Stegner programs, should contact the specific department or program directly to determine appropriate procedures and deadlines.
|1.||Contacts the Graduate Admissions Office to request an application for graduate nonmatriculated enrollment (note that this is a paper application, not available online).||Applicant|
Confirm eligibility requirements including:
|3.||If eligibility requirements are met, forwards the application to the appropriate department or program.||Graduate Admissions|
|4.||Makes a decision to accept or deny application, and informs the Graduate Admissions Office.||Department|
|5.||Informs the nonmatriculated student applicant of the decision. For admitted nonmatriculated international students, processes Visa paperwork and forwards request to Bechtel International Center.||Graduate Admissions|
|6.||Reviews student’s financial documentation and issues visa certification for international students.||Bechtel|
|7.||Student enrolls in courses using a form provided by Graduate Admissions with the student's letter of admission. Note that enrollment is done in person, and not in Axess.||Student|
|1.||Consults with department chair about feasibility and policy related to sponsoring a VSR.||Faculty member|
Prepares and sends to Graduate Admissions, Office of the University Registrar, a letter of invitation including:
Receives from the applicant and forwards to the Graduate Admissions Office the following:
For international applicants, receives from the applicant and forwards to the Graduate Admissions Office:
Upon verification of the documentation and approval, activates the student’s record in PeopleSoft SA and provides the Empl ID # to the department.
|6.||Coordinates necessary visa certification requests with the Bechtel Center, see GAP 2.2, Requirements for New International Students.||Department|
|7.||If appropriate, Aid-Year Activate the Visiting Student Researcher and enter financial support in GFS (see Visiting Student Researchers in GFS).||Department|