Non-Matriculated Status is for individuals
not currently admitted to any SHP program.
Non-matriculants may take up to 12 credits of
course work and are not considered to be pursuing
an institutional credential (degree).
Persons applying for non-matriculation status shall be required to:
- complete Non-Matriculated Application/Registration process
- submit appropriate health documents
- pay tuition and fees (tuition and fee collection is handled by the on-line form)
Other documents may be required at the discretion of the program director or the programs' admissions committee.
Financial Support: Rutgers financial aid is not available for non-matriculated students. Appropriate, authorized vouchers from third party payers (e.g.the US.Military, employers, etc.) are accepted and must be filed with the CACE office before enrollment deadlines.
Note: Non-matriculant students who wish to pursue a Rutgers degree in the School of Health Professional may apply for admissions through the Office of Enrollment Services. Applicants are required to submit all documents required by the school and their respective programs even if some of these documents were on file during a previous Non-Matric. Application process. Being a non-matriculated student does not assure admission into a degree-granting program.
The Summer 2017 SHP non-matriculated course enrollment form will be available on April, 7, 2017.
An array of Certificate programs are open to non-matriculated students..
Click here for Non-Matriculated Registration Dates.
Click here for online registration.
Click here for a complete Course Schedule.
Accreditation and State Regulatory Authorizations for the School of Health Related Professions
Questions? Call Enrollment Services at (973) 972 -5454.