A Non-Matriculating Student is a student who enrolls in a course offered by Charles R. Drew University without being accepted into a degree program in order to:
- Meet credentialing requirements of a state licensing agency
- Meet graduation requirements for another University or for continuing education
- Take course(s) for general interest
- Meet prerequisite course requirement(s)
Enrollment as a non-matriculated student is contingent upon space availability and scheduling, and is limited. To enroll as a non-matriculated student, prospective students must complete the Application for Non-Matriculated Enrollment and pay the appropriate application and student activities fee. Specific course approval must take place prior to the beginning of each semester. A maximum of 12 semester units of undergraduate coursework may be earned as a non-matriculated student.
A maximum of 9 semester units of graduate coursework may be earned as a non-matriculated student.
Students must submit additional application requirements as specified by respective academic programs before being considered for non-matriculated enrollment.
Clinical courses are not available for non-matriculated enrollment.
Non-matriculated coursework cannot be transferred into a degree seeking program.
To apply, students should:
- Complete and submit an Application for Non-Matriculated Students (available in the Office of Admissions).
- Include a non-refundable application fee of $50 made payable to Charles R. Drew University.
- Include official transcripts of any coursework required as a pre-requisite for courses student’s wishes to take.
All application documents must be submitted to:
Office of Admissions
Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science
1731 East 120th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90059
For more information, please contact the Office of Admissions at 323-563-4839 or email@example.com.