Non-Degree Transient Requirements
Transient students are one of several classifications of non-degree status. These students take classes at UofM and transfer them back to their home institution. Like all non-degree classifications, there is no “major” for a transient student candidate, but they should indicate “non-degree” on the application when it asks for a major.
Transient Students should understand the following:
- Financial aid is not available to transient students at UofM.
- There is a maximum of 24 credits that can be earned in a non-degree category.
- There is no need to submit official transcripts and supporting documents to be offered admission.
- Should a candidate decide to formally transfer to UofM, these documents will be required at time.
- Because transient student enrollment will ultimatley be transferred back to a home institution, there is no professional advising required at UofM.
- Transient students must still take curricular pre-requisites to take certain classes.
- An unofficial transcript from a home institution may be necessary to confirm these pre-requisites.