Generally, you can register as a non-degree seeking (transient) student in the summer (not fall and spring) if you…
- Have not previously attended the University of Florida as a degree-seeking student;
- Have never applied to the University of Florida as a degree-seeking student;
- Are currently enrolled in an engineering major at another degree granting institution; and
- Intend to transfer coursework back to your home institution. A letter from the institution requesting that you be given non-degree status and stating the course(s) that you can take must be included with the non-degree seeking student application.
Students approved for non-degree status can enroll in courses on a space-available basis only during the last day of add/drop. Transient course work taken at UF will not count toward a UF degree.
For more information on the non-degree process and application, please visit Non-Degree Admissions.