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The Santa Clara University undergraduate program is designed primarily for full-time, degree-seeking students.  To maintain the University’s commitment to its primary undergraduate constituency of degree students, non-degree students are permitted to register in accordance with the following policies subject to space availability in classes.

 

Application for Undergraduate Non-Degree Seeking Student (PDF)

 

IMPORTANT- P/NP INFORMATION for SPRING 2021

All undergraduates, regardless of class standing, may select the pass/no pass (P/NP) option for any undergraduate course this spring quarter 2021.

The online form for instructions on how to request a grade change can be found on the OOTR Forms webpage. Self-select in eCampus will be available beginning April 12. The deadline for selecting the pass/no pass (P/NP) option has been extended from the end of week 4 to the end of week 10: Friday, June 4.

The pass/no pass (P/NP) grading option is permitted for all core, major, minor, elective, and prerequisite courses.

Courses taken pass/no pass (P/NP) in Spring 2020, Winter 2021 and Spring 2021 will not count toward the limit of 6 pass/no pass courses taken in total at Santa Clara.

Per the Undergraduate Bulletin, a passing (P) grade is equivalent to a letter grade of "C" or better.

Important Considerations for Students:

Choosing to withdraw from a course late in the quarter or to take courses with the “P/NP” grading option may have implications for international students, students receiving Financial Aid, NCAA athletes, students with ROTC or GI Bill scholarships, and recipients of some privately funded scholarships. Therefore, we encourage students to consult with their academic advisor, Office of the Registrar, or Drahmann Academic Advising Center, in addition to any other relevant office (e.g. Financial Aid, ISS, Athletics, ROTC, and Veterans Administration) before choosing either of these options. 

Students who are considering a pass/no pass (P/NP) option should note that a pass/no pass (P/NP) grade is not factored into a student’s grade point average. Additionally, students who receive a grade of no pass (NP) will not earn academic credit for the course, whereas credit is earned for a letter grade between “C-” and “D-”. Finally, it is important to note that some external organizations (external funders, graduate and professional schools) have specific letter grade requirements.

Requests for the “P/NP” grading option can be through self-select in eCampus beginning April 12. Instructions on how to use self-select in eCampus is available on the Office of the Registrar website. Withdrawals from courses can be completed via eCampus.

Requests to change a grading option for courses completed in Summer 2020 and Fall  2020 will not be considered.

 

Santa Clara Alumni 

Santa Clara alumni who have been awarded a degree from Santa Clara University may enroll in undergraduate classes on a for-credit basis or may audit undergraduate classes.  Alumni may enroll for no more than 10 units per term on a for-credit basis, or they may audit one course per term.  They are certified for enrollment by the Office of the Registrar and register for classes during the late registration period of the term.

University Employees 

University employees who are students at another accredited college or university may enroll in undergraduate classes at Santa Clara if they are in good standing and have a cumulative grade point average of “C” or better at their home institution.  They may not enroll concurrently at Santa Clara and another college or university.  University employees who are not currently admitted to degree status are certified for enrollment by the Office of the Registrar and may audit one course per term.

Students from other Colleges and Universities 

Students from another accredited college or university may enroll in undergraduate classes at Santa Clara if they are in good standing and have a cumulative grade point average of “C” or better at their home institution.  They may not be enrolled concurrently at Santa Clara and another college or university.  Students from other colleges and universities may enroll for no more than three quarters, not including summer session and are not eligible to audit classes.  Students from other colleges and universities are certified for enrollment by the Drahmann Center and the Office of the Registrar and register for classes during the late registration period of the term.

Students from other Colleges and Universities Participating in SCU Exchange Programs 

Students from other colleges and universities participating in SCU exchange programs may enroll in undergraduate classes at Santa Clara if they are in good standing and have a cumulative grade point average of “C” or better at their home institution.  They are not eligible to audit classes.  Students from other colleges and universities participating in exchange programs are certified for enrollment by the International Programs Office and the Office of the Registrar.

Consult the Study Abroad Office for more information on the SCU Exchange Programs

Students from other Institutions enrolling in SCU Study Abroad Programs 

Students from other colleges and universities who meet the applicable eligibility requirements for SCU study abroad programs may enroll in undergraduate classes at Santa Clara if they are in good standing and have a cumulative grade point average of “C” or better at their home institution.  They are not eligible to audit classes.  Students from other colleges and universities enrolled in SCU study abroad programs are certified for enrollment by the International Programs Office and the Office of the Registrar.

Consult the Study Abroad Office for more information on the SCU Study Abroad Programs

Young Scholars 

High school students who meet the applicable eligibility requirements for the Young Scholars Program may enroll in undergraduate summer classes. Young Scholars may enroll for no more than 10 units per summer and are not eligible to audit classes. Young Scholars are certified for enrollment by the Summer Sessions Office and the Office of the Registrar. This Program is only offered during the summer.

Consult the Summer Sessions Office for more information about the Young Scholars Program