Happy Summer! Becker College will be closed on Fridays, beginning June 22 until August 10. The College will also be closed for the 4th of July holiday on July 4, 5, and 6.

Non-Matriculating Student Status

Non-Matriculating student status is given to students wishing to take individual courses without initially enrolling in a degree program. Students seeking Non-Matriculating student status must be a high school graduate or have earned a GED*. Student will need to bring proof of graduation/GED to the Registrar's office to enroll. Non-Matriculating students may take up to three (3) courses before they must enroll in a degree program. Students may enroll in courses as long as course prerequisites have been met. For approval, Non-matriculating students must submit documentation of prior course work to the Chief Academic Officer. All materials submitted in the application for Non-Matriculating student status will become part of the application folder when applying to a degree program.

*11th and 12th grade students may be permitted to take courses after submitting a written recommendation from his/her high school principal and guidance counselor, high school transcript, ability take the course (meet the course pre-requisite or equivalent), potential Accuplacer testing and interview by the Chief Academic Officer.