NON-DEGREE SEEKING STUDENTS
These are individuals who wish to take academic courses but do not wish to pursue a degree program. Application requests are directed to the enrollment office. Students who are enrolling 8 or more credit hours must complete the traditional application and submit all the required documents for admission.
This may include the following:
- Public or private school teachers seeking continuing education and additional certification.
- Individuals with maturity and background to benefit from undergraduate course work but are not planning to pursue a degree.
- Audit students: an applicant applying for admission as an audit student must submit a non-degree seeking student application. No record of previous academic work is required. An audit student will earn no college credit, nor will academic work be graded. Enrollment will be subject to availability of space.
- Transient students: A student enrolled at another institution may take a course(s) at American Indian College and transfer the credit to the other institution. To be considered a transient student, the applicant must apply for enrollment at American Indian College and have written permission from the registrar from the other institution.
Consult the Enrollment Office for documentation required for admission.
NOTE: All non-degree seeking students should be aware that they will be expected to sign and adhere to a list of community standards while on AIC's campus. Those standards include: Respect for our religious standards, adherence to our student dress code, no tobacco usage, no alcohol, no profanity, no use of inappropriate media content. For a complete listing of campus standards please consult the most recent copy of the AIC Student Handbook. Students who are transitioning from a non-degree seeking status to a degree-seeking status must complete the traditional application and submit the required documents for admission.