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Non-Degree Coursework

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Graduate courses are restricted to students in the Master's program only.

EVENING Courses
Individuals wishing to attend evening classes without being in a degree program may take undergraduate courses as Non-Degree students, and normal tuition costs will apply. For course selection, please see the WCAS Undergraduate Course listing.

Tuition for WCAS undergraduate courses for the 2016-2017 academic year is $1826 per course.
For students wishing to audit a Woods College undergraduate course (without receiving academic credit) the fee is $913.
Registration fee per semester is $25.

Non-Degree status is open to any U.S. citizen or Permanent Resident.  To enroll as a Special Non-Degree student, please visit our Non-Degree How to Apply page.  

Non-U.S. citizens are not eligible to apply for Special Non-Degree student status unless currently enrolled full-time at another U.S. institution.  Please see below for further information.



DAY Courses
Undergraduate students from other U.S. institutions wishing to attend classes in one of the four full time undergraduate schools as special undergraduate students must apply to the James A. Woods, S.J., College of Advancing Studies for Visiting Student status.

Please see the VISITING STUDENTS page for complete information and application instructions.

Please note: You must apply and be accepted as a visiting student prior to registration.

 

Non-U.S. citizens are not eligible to apply for Special Non-Degree student status unless currently enrolled full-time at another U.S. institution.  Please see below for further information.

 

EVENING Courses
Individuals wishing to attend evening classes without being in a degree program may take Undergraduate courses on an open enrollment basis, and normal tuition costs will apply. For course selection, please see the WCAS Undergraduate Course listing.

Graduate courses are restricted to students in the Master's program only.



DAY Courses

Undergraduate students from other U.S. institutions wishing to attend classes in one of the four full time undergraduate schools as special undergraduate students must apply to the James A. Woods, S.J., College of Advancing Studies for Visiting Student status.

Please see the VISITING STUDENTS page for complete information and application instructions.

Please note: You must apply and be accepted as a visiting student prior to registration.

 

How to Apply for Special Non-Degree Status for Evening Courses

Special Non-Degree status is open to any U.S. citizen or Permanent Resident with a high-school diploma or the equivalent.  To enroll as a Special Non-Degree student you are responsible for submitting all required information by the designated deadlines (see below).

Requirements

·         On-line application form

·         Official high school transcript/GED transcript OR

·         Official college/university transcript

·         Résumé (optional)

 

Application Deadlines

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and candidates should complete the application process by the first day of classes for the semester in which s/he wishes to take courses.

 

Non-U.S. citizens are not eligible to apply for Special Non-Degree student status unless currently enrolled full-time at another U.S. institution.  Please see below for further information.

 

EVENING Courses
Individuals wishing to attend evening classes without being in a degree program may take Undergraduate courses on an open enrollment basis, and normal tuition costs will apply. For course selection, please see the WCAS Undergraduate Course listing.

Graduate courses are restricted to students in the Master's program only.



DAY Courses

Undergraduate students from other U.S. institutions wishing to attend classes in one of the four full time undergraduate schools as special undergraduate students must apply to the James A. Woods, S.J., College of Advancing Studies for Visiting Student status.

Please see the VISITING STUDENTS page for complete information and application instructions.

Please note: You must apply and be accepted as a visiting student prior to registration.

 

How to Apply for Special Non-Degree Status for Evening Courses

Special Non-Degree status is open to any U.S. citizen or Permanent Resident with a high-school diploma or the equivalent.  To enroll as a Special Non-Degree student you are responsible for submitting all required information by the designated deadlines (see below).

Requirements

·         On-line application form

·         Official high school transcript/GED transcript OR

·         Official college/university transcript

·         Résumé (optional)

 

Application Deadlines

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and candidates should complete the application process by the first day of classes for the semester in which s/he wishes to take courses.

 

Registration
2016-2017

Registration is held Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.; Friday, from 9 a.m to 3 p.m.
Fall Registration is now open. Fall classes begin on Monday, August 29, 2016.
Registration for Spring 2017 courses opens November 11, 2017. Spring courses begin on Tuesday, January 17, 2017.


Immunization

Massachusetts State Law requires that all students who are registering for 9 or more credits show proof of satisfactory immunizations. For more information please visit University Health Services. Failure to show proof of immunization within 30 days from the first day of class will result in a block on your registration and a non-refundable administrative late fee of $65 will be charged to your student account.
 

Medical Insurance

If you enroll in 9 or more credits per semester you will automatically be enrolled in and charged for the Boston College Insurance Plan. Students who wish to waive the BC Insurance Plan electronically may do so through AGORA. The deadline to waive the Medical Insurance for Fall is September 23, 2016 and by January 27, 2017 for the spring semester insurance coverage.  You can read more about Medical Insurace on the Student Services website.


Payments and Refunds

All fees and tuition charges are due when courses begin.

Fees are not refundable; no refunds are made to auditors. Not attending classes, stopping payment on a registration check or a registration check being returned by the bank does not constitute withdrawal and full charges are due. Upon recept of written notice of withdrawal from a course the tuition refunded is prorated. Fax number is 617-552-8404. There are no refunds beyond this schedule.  Please visit the BC Student Accounts page for refund schedule.  

 

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