Howard Hall (main floor)
10501 FGCU Boulevard South
Fort Myers, Florida
Post-Baccalaureate Non-Degree Seekers ONLY Click Here.
The following information is for Undergraduate Non-Degree Seeking Students ONLY. Students not looking to receive a degree from FGCU, but have an interest in taking up to 15 credit hours of undergraduate courses at FGCU, may apply as a non-degree seeking student. Students currently enrolled at an institution in the State University System of Florida will apply as a Transient Student. Those seeking admission as a Senior Citizen Non-Degree Seeker, must be at least 60 years of age in order to be considered for courses and complete and submit the appropriate Senior Citizen Non-Degree application. Students who are in good standing and enrolled at institutions not part of the State University System of Florida and students not enrolled at any institution may be considered for admission as a Non-Degree Seeking student at FGCU. Undergraduate Non-degree seeking enrollment is on a space-available basis and has been established for those individuals who do not hold a bachelor's degree. A non-refundable application fee of $30 will be applied for first-time applicants.
Students enrolling in this classification are subject to the following regulations:
Applicants may apply as an Undergraduate Non-Degree Seeking Student by creating a Future Eagle Account and selecting Non-Degree on the online application. Learn more about admission deadlines. The basic requirement for admissions for a non-degree seeking student is that you are in good standing at your last institution.
To register for classes through Gulfline, a PIN will be emailed to you once you have been admittted. Instructions for registering through Gulfline are available in the Registration Guidebook. Please be aware that within one week of the start of the term, it is recommended for those students that live in the local area to apply and register in person. For distance learning students that live outside the local area contact the Office of the Registrar directly to obtain information on how to register. It is the student's responsibility to register for his or her own classes.