Qualified students who are not enrolled in a degree program at Fordham are welcome to register for classes. However, they are not eligible for state, federal, or institutional aid through Fordham University. The number of classes a non-matriculated student is permitted to take is determined by each division.
Those students who are matriculated at another school or university and who wish to attend Fordham may apply for admission as a visiting student at the campus of their choice. A visiting student may maintain nonmatriculated status for one academic year. After such time, students must receive approval in order to continue their studies. Students should contact their degree-granting institution in regard to financial aid and course approval. Students should request that the Office of Enrollment Services send a transcript of their Fordham grades to their degree-granting institution.
A graduate of any school within Fordham University may audit a course for a nominal fee on a space-available basis; it will not appear on a transcript, and the student receives no credit. Alumni should contact the Office of the campus where they intend to take the class for details.