Non-Degree Students

Enroll in Classes with Heritage

Are you interested in enrolling in one or more of our classes? When space permits, Heritage invites students not pursuing a degree or certificate to register for our courses. While you will not be eligible for financial aid, you can still enjoy learning with us. You must complete a Heritage University application for admission.

Non-Degree undergraduate students may register for courses if space permits; if prerequisites are satisfied; and if they hold a high school diploma, GED, or its equivalent. Non-Degree seeking undergraduate students may earn a maximum 12 credits while Non-Degree graduate students may only take 8 semester credits. The maximum amount of credits for undergraduate students may be applied to a degree or certificate depending on program requirements and acceptance to the institution as well as the grade received in the courses. In addition, graduate credits earned as a non-degree seeking student may not be applied to any degree or certificate unless the non-degree seeking student applies to the institution as a graduate student and is officially admitted into a graduate program.