Special & Permission (Non-Degree) Undergraduate Students
Upon acceptance you are required to pay the enrollment deposit by the published deadline on your offer of admission.
Orientation & Advising
Non-Degree seeking students do not need to attend orientation; however, if your admission status changes to degree-seeking, you will be required to attend the next available orientation. Additionally, you will not have an academic advisor assigned. It is suggested you provide an unofficial copy of your current transcript to the Office of the Registrar, in the event our course requires a prerequisite course taken at your current college or university. If you have questions regarding pre-requisites and/or the registration process at UNCW, please contact the Office of the Registrar at (910) 962-3125 or email@example.com.
Non-degree seeking student are not eligible to receive financial aid. The only exception is if the student is taking classes toward admission to a UNCW graduate program, in which case the student may be eligible to receive up to one year of aid. To learn more, please contact the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.
Immunization records are required of all students regardless if you are degree or non-degree seeking prior to registering for classes. For more information please visit the Student Health Services website.
To register for classes you will access SeaNet. Your user ID for SeaNet is the nine digit number that begins with "85" that you received with your admission notification and your pin is initially your birth date in the format mmddyyyy. You will be required to immediately change your pin to another 8 digit number. You are also required to supply a security question and answer. If you do not know your user ID, please follow the link on the user login page for assistance. Within 1-2 days after paying your enrollment deposit, you’ll be able to view your registration time in SeaNet.
Main Campus vs. Extension Tuition and Fees
A full-time regular-term student is an undergraduate student that is enrolled in 12 or more on-campus courses or a graduate student enrolled in 9 or more on-campus courses. These students will be billed the ‘campus’ tuition and fees rates for all courses (including extension courses).
Students enrolled in a combination of campus and extension courses (not meeting the definition of full-time regular-term student) will be billed at campus rates for main campus courses and billed at the extension rates for distance education courses (section 800).
Note: Full-time enrollment status may be determined differently for purposes other than tuition billing; i.e. financial aid.