Matriculated vs. Non-Matriculated Status

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A matriculated student is one who has been accepted into and is enrolled in a degree/licensure program at the University. Non-Matriculated status indicates that a student has registered for and is taking a course(s) at the University without being formally accepted into a program. A graduate applicant is allowed to take courses prior to being accepted into a graduate degree program, but no more than 2 courses will be permitted to apply toward the master’s degree.