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Earn a Noncredit Certificate as a Continuing Education Student
Need new skills or in-depth knowledge in a specific field? Join the many students who enroll in an academic class as a Continuing Education student and earn a noncredit “Certificate of Attendance.” The greatest benefit is paying half the cost of current tuition. There is no formal admission to the University as a Continuing Education student. No grade or class will appear on your academic transcript since enrollment is not for academic credit.

How do I register as a Continuing Education student?

  1. Complete the Noncredit Registration Form. Tuition is due at the time of registration.
  2. Students follow the course syllabus, attend class and complete their coursework. Quizzes and exams are given at the discretion of the instructor. Students receive an “S” grade for satisfactory or “U” for unsatisfactory for their performance. Upon receiving an “S” grade, students can receive a Certificate of Attendance.
  3. Certificates of Attendance are issued only if requested by the department or a student. Request a certificate by contacting the Office of Continuing Education & Professional Studies
    at 734-432-5804.
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