Non-Degree Seeking Students

Whether you want to test the waters of an undergraduate degree, experience graduate coursework, enhance your career or just take a course for fun, Summer at USF is for you.

If you would like to register for a summer course at the University of South Florida and are not enrolled in a degree or certificate program, you need to apply to be a non-degree student. Summer at USF has an open-enrollment policy accessible to non-degree students. Credits earned in a summer session may count toward a USF degree if you apply and are accepted through the regular admission process.

As an accepted student at USF, you may apply to transfer a limited number of hours taken as a non-degree student into your degree program, with a maximum of 12 semester hours taken at the graduate level and 14 at the undergraduate level. For specific information regarding transfer credit, please contact the college through which your major is offered. Most courses are transferable to other colleges and universities as well.

Once you decide to apply as a non-degree student for summer, you must complete an application.

You can apply now. Non-degree student registration for summer courses begins April 25, 2014. 

Review our Guide for Non-Degree Students for more information.