A non-degree seeking student is one who has not been admitted to the university. A non-degree seeking status is defined as any person approved by the Admission’s Office to enroll in UNLV courses for the purpose of personal enrichment, professional development, or to improve their academic record in order to be reconsidered for admission after denial of admission for insufficient academic credentials. Students must complete the Non-Degree Seeking student application before enrolling in courses.
A maximum of 24 credits earned while a non-degree seeking student may be applied toward a baccalaureate degree.
When taking classes at UNLV as a non-degree seeking student you must comply with the university and college policies. You may consult the undergraduate catalog for details regarding the university policies.
The College of Hotel Administration reserves the right to limit the number of courses available to non-degree seeking students. Non-degree seeking students may obtain a one-time permission, from the Office for Student Advising (OSA), to enroll in a maximum of two upper division required classes, to allow them time to become official admitted to the College. Subsequent permission will not be granted.
Non-degree seeking students will not be given permission to enroll in Hotel College internship classes.