Student-At-Large Form

    Aurora University welcomes your interest in taking courses as a student-at-large. This designation provides an opportunity to transfer credits to your home institution or to take courses that are of interest to you.

    Before you register for a course, please know that students-at-large are not eligible for financial aid and registration priority is given to students currently enrolled in degree-seeking programs. The standard tuition rate applies, and financial aid is not available. A $100 non-refundable tuition deposit is required with registration for students-at-large (not applicable to Summer 2021 FREE courses). Below is further information that will explain your student-at-large status at Aurora University.

    Undergraduate Student-at-Large: 

    A student who does not hold a bachelor’s degree and is not seeking a degree or certificate from Aurora University, but wishes to enroll in a course for credit, is defined as a student-at-large. Prerequisites must be satisfied for the course(s) in which you wish to enroll. Only 15 semester hours can be taken as an undergraduate student-at-large. 

    Post-Undergraduate Student:
    A student who holds a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution and wishes to enroll in undergraduate courses for credit, but is not seeking a second degree, may do so as a student-at-large. Prerequisites must be satisfied for the course(s) in which you wish to enroll. 

    Graduate Student-at-Large Status:
    A student who wishes to enroll in a graduate-level course, but is not seeking a degree, certificate, or credential may do so as a student-at-large. A maximum of six semester hours may be applied to master’s degree programs at Aurora University. Enrollment in specific courses by students-at-large may be restricted by prerequisites or other requirements of individual graduate programs.