Qualified students who do not wish to pursue a degree from Schreiner but who want to enroll in classes may be admitted as non-degree seeking students. Unless otherwise specified, non-degree students must meet regular admission requirements. Non-degree students are not eligible for financial aid. Applicants must submit a completed Non-Degree Application for Admission and non-refundable $25 application fee to the Office of Admission and Financial Aid by the established application deadlines. Apply online today.
Transient: a student enrolled at another institution who wants to take courses at Schreiner University and transfer credit back to that institution. An official transcript or official letter of good standing from the institution where currently enrolled is required stating that the student is eligible to re-enroll. Acceptance is valid for only one term. To continue for another term, the student must re-apply and submit an updated official transcript.
Non-Degree: a student who wants to attend part-time for enrichment purposes. Official transcripts from all schools attended are required. Acceptance is valid for only one term or as long as enrolled in consecutive terms. Credit is awarded.
Audit: a student who wants to attend part-time to audit classes (grades are not assigned and credit is not awarded). Transcripts are not required to audit. Acceptance is valid for only one term or as long as enrolled in consecutive terms. Enrollment is based on a space-available basis*.
Senior Audit: A Hill Country resident age 55 or older who wants to attend part-time to audit classes (grades are not assigned and credit is not awarded). Transcripts are not required to audit. Acceptance is valid for only one term or as long as enrolled in consecutive term (NOTE: Must reapply and pay $25 application fee if not enrolled in next term). Enrollment is based on a space-available basis*. Cost is $50 per credit hour (most courses are 3 credit hours total). Registration for classes occurs in the Registrar's Office two days after classes begin.
*Please note that typically freshmen level courses, and computer, art and photography classes are not available due to space limitations. Most available courses are advanced or upper level classes, so to get the most out of the classes and feel comfortable with the level of discussions, it is recommended that specific prerequisites or previous experiences be met before auditing any of these classes.