If you’re looking to grow personally and professionally, we have options for you.
You’re taking classes without officially declaring a major and you aren’t working towards graduating with a degree. Non-degree seeking students are often fulfilling prerequisites, growing their expertise in a certain field, or just interested in learning something new.
A non-degree seeking status means you will not qualify for on-campus housing (with the exception of National Student Exchange Students and sponsored students), financial aid, or upper division courses without consent of the department. If you would like to make sure that this option is right for you, get in touch with us.
It’s comprehensive, convenient, and fully online.* Completing your application will take around 30 minutes. Need to take a break and finish later? You can save your progress and pick up where you left off any time.
|Starting Semester||Application Deadline||Application Status|
|Fall 2021||August 2, 2021||Accepting Applications|
|Spring 2022||December 1, 2021||Accepting Applications|
|Summer 2022||May 2, 2022||Accepting Applications|
|Fall 2022||August 1, 2022||Accepting Applications|
A complete application includes payment of the application fee, which is $50 for Arizona residents and $80 for non-Arizona residents.
Unsure if you qualify to apply as an Arizona resident? Learn more about residency classification. If you do not live in Arizona but you are a member of one if its 22 federally recognized tribes, you may qualify for resident status by completing the Native American Residency Classification Exception [PDF].
Once your application is submitted, our review process typically takes about 1-2 weeks. Be sure to check your Future Wildcat account for status updates on your application.
Congratulations! You can officially become an Arizona Wildcat by visiting your Next Steps Center.
Check out our Additional Resources for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) students, home-educated students, military and veterans, non-residents with Arizona high school degrees, and U.S. citizens who have attended an international institution.