You can take undergraduate classes at DU for personal interest or professional development, even if you're not an enrolled DU student. You can also use non-degree status to acquire credits before transferring to a home institution. Courses are offered in the fall, winter and spring academic quarters. We also offer programs for visiting students in the summer.
If you're looking for undergraduate degree credit from DU, you should use either the first-year student application or the transfer student application.
Courses taken as a non-degree student don't automatically count toward a degree. Upon acceptance to DU's undergraduate degree program, we'll review your coursework to determine if it can be applied toward a degree.
International students should contact International Student Admission.
Three Quarter Maximum
Non-degree students may attend classes at DU for a maximum of three quarters. Past this point, you must apply to DU's undergraduate program. Admission as a non-degree student does not guarantee admission as an undergraduate.
Non-degree courses are only offered during the fall, winter and spring quarters. If you wish to take classes during the summer, please register as a visiting student through the Summer@DU program.
If you've earned a bachelor's degree and would like to take a graduate or undergraduate course, you'll need to apply through graduate admission. View our graduate programs to learn about our offerings, and visit our graduate non-degree students page to learn how to apply.
Please submit the following materials to complete your non-degree application:
- Undergraduate Non-Degree Student Application
- Official transcript from the most recent school you attended
- $65 nonrefundable application fee (via check made out to the University of Denver)
Mail all supplementary materials, including your application fee check, to:
University of Denver
2197 S. University Blvd.
Denver, CO 80208-9401
Associate Director of Admission & Transfer Coordinator
For visit-related questions, please call 303-871-7711.