Academic Enrichment Studies
Academic Enrichment Studies offers you the flexibility to take courses of interest to you at a discounted rate without dedicating yourself to a degree program.
If you are a transient student (someone enrolled as a degree candidate at another institution), you can request to take a course on the University of Dayton's campus or via distance learning through Academic Enrichment Studies. You must be in good academic standing at your home institution. Before your registration request is processed you must complete the Guest Student Certification form and return it to Special Programs and Continuing Education. It's wise to check with your dean before registering to ensure your home institution will grant credit for a course taken at UD.
Note: Non-degree seeking students who have not completed a baccalaureate degree are limited to 18 semester hours of undergraduate course work at UD before needing to formally apply for Admission and be accepted.
If you have general questions about Academic Enrichment Studies, please visit our website.