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Non-Matriculating Course Application and Registration

Application and Registration is just one form: Non-Matric Application Form. Non-matriculation registration does not begin until after formal new and continuing student registration has been completed. A non-matriculated student maybe bumped from a course if a seat is needed for a matriculated student. The final approval for a non-matriculated student registration into a course is the decision of the academic chair/director whom will be contacted by the Registrar's Office after a non-matriculated application/registration form has been received.

Refer to the Academic Calendar for class start dates and school closing information.

Please click here to learn about tuition and fees for courses for a non-matriculated student.

Non-matriculating students who take courses for academic credit must meet all course requirements and will be evaluated on the same basis as matriculating students.

If you are considering applying for admission to a program at William James College, please be aware that, while satisfactory performance as a non-matriculated student is a prerequisite to admission, it does not guarantee admission to a program. Students who plan to apply should note that applicants are allowed to have previously enrolled in no more than 4 courses while a non-matriculating student. Courses successfully taken by non-matriculating students may later be counted toward William James College program requirements, as transfer credit, provided that they are taken within the relevant time frame.

Additional questions may be referred to either the Admissions (617-564-9376) or Registrar's Office (617-327-6777 x1525).