An applicant not wishing to pursue a degree at Western may be admitted as a non-degree student by completing the “Non-Degree Application Form” and submitting a written statement of educational intentions. Western sets policies regarding the non-degree admissions process, criteria for acceptance, limitation of credit and the courses available to non-degree students.
Should the student wish to pursue a degree in the future, a regular application form must be completed, and the admissions requirements in effect at that time must be met. A maximum of 12 credits taken as a non-degree student will apply toward a degree at Western. Exceptions may be considered on a case-by-case basis. For further information, contact the Admissions Office.