As a non-degree-seeking student, you can register in person at any Seminole State campus or online through MySeminoleState during Open Enrollment. Check the Academic Calendar for dates and deadlines. Students are responsible for their own advising and must meet all prerequisites and corequisites for courses in which they intend to enroll.
Non-degree-seeking students with high school diplomas or GEDs:
- May enroll in any college-level course except English or Mathematics or courses requiring English or Mathematics corequisites and/or prerequisites.
- Are allowed up to 11 credits under non-degree-seeking status.
Non-degree-seeking students with associate degrees may take associate-level classes.
Non-degree-seeking students with bachelor’s degrees may take bachelor's level classes or lower.
Determining the transferability of credits earned at Seminole State as a non-degree-seeking student toward a degree program at another institution is the sole responsibility of the student.