A student has degree status at The Seattle School after they have been admitted into The Seattle School programs.
A student has non-degree status if they choose to enroll and are accepted to study at The Seattle School without specifying a particular program. A student with non-degree status is not considered as admitted to any degree program and is subject to the usual academic deadlines and fees. They are expected to complete the same course work as students enrolled for a degree. In this admission category students are limited to a maximum of 12 hours of course work taken for credit. This restriction does not apply to students who take courses for audit.
Non-degree status students admitted on academic probation must successfully complete eight credit hours before applying for acceptance into a degree program.
A student with non-degree status is not eligible to receive Title IV student financial assistance. A student with non-degree status cannot register in practicum sections or internships and the Registrar reserves the right to restrict registration for non-degree status students in other courses.
A student has enrichment status after submitting an enrichment application and appropriate tuition payment. In this status, the student may attend lectures, but will not have their work graded. Please be aware that credit cannot be granted after the fact; your decision to receive or not receive credit is final for each course once the course has begun. Enrichments admittance covers one attendee only. Enrichment students do not have the privilege of inviting guests. Some courses are space-limited and/or experiential and are not available for enrichment enrollment. The Registrar reserves the right to limit enrichment enrollment in any course.