Admission to the two year degree programs is open to all students who have graduated from any high school or hold a GED. Students who want to pursue a bachelor’s degree program, but who do not meet the admissions requirements for a bachelor’s degree, may enter a two-year program. Once the student has remediated deficiencies or completed a two-year degree, the student may transfer into a bachelor’s degree program.
Glenville State may admit individuals as non-degree seeking students upon completion of a GSC admission application. Non-degree seeking students may enroll in those courses for which they are qualified. If a non-degree seeking student would later choose to pursue a degree program, that student must submit all required documents (test scores, transcripts, etc.) to be admitted as a degree candidate.
The non-degree seeking student shall be allowed to enroll in no more than seven (7) hours per semester except by special permission of the provost and senior vice president and associate registrar. The student will be responsible for paying the tuition and fees and is not eligible for federal financial aid.
Transcripts are not necessary for non-degree seeking students, nor are they part of the student’s academic transcript. However, if the transcripts are submitted, the transcripts will be filed until such a time as the student becomes a degree-seeking student. If a non-degree seeking student wishes to change his/her enrollment status, that individual must complete an admission application (available here) and submit it to the Office of Admissions along with all required documentation. Students changing degree status must meet all current admission requirements in effect at the time that the change of degree status is initiated.