If you have not taken any ColoradoSPH courses as a non-degree student in the past three semesters, you must start by applying to receive non-degree student status with the Colorado School of Public Health. Click here to complete the initial step of applying.1
Select the following options when completing the application:
- Career: “Graduate Non-degree”
- Application Details: "Graduate Non-Degree Admissions"
- Academic Interest: "General Nondegree", choose "Public Health Nondegree" from the dropdown
Complete all other information, save, and submit the form. A confirmation will be sent once the form is submitted. You are required to pay a $50 application fee ($75 for international applicants) and submit an unofficial transcript, a resume, and a course permission form with your application.**
**Kempe Center Summer Institute students only need to submit the application, the fee and a letter from their program director.
FOR RETURNING NONDEGREE STUDENTS:
To enroll in a course, download the Permission Form.
This is a fillable PDF, which allows for electronic signatures. Complete the form and obtain the instructors’ signatures* indicating their permission for you to take the courses. Applicants must present to the instructor responsible for the course, documentation of sufficient academic background to show adequate preparedness for the course in question. Obtaining the instructors’ permission does not assure your registration in the courses.
After obtaining the instructors’ signatures, submit the form to the Office of Student Affairs at the ColoradoSPH (Building 500, 3rd Floor, Room E3360) or email to email@example.com.
Starting one week before the start of classes for the semester**, you may register for the courses using the online registration system UCD Access.
If a course is full, you will be able to enter the waitlist for the course. Check back frequently to see if you have been enrolled in the course from the waitlist as you will not receive an email confirmation that you have moved from the waitlist into the course. The drop/add deadline for each semester is published in the academic calendar.
You have until this date to add or drop courses. A late fee of $60.00 will be assessed for registration after the drop/add deadline. After the drop/add deadline, you must obtain the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs permission to withdraw from a class.
By email, you will receive a bill from the Bursar’s Office for the courses. You must pay for the courses by the stated deadline, which is 2 weeks after the start of classes.
If a class is dropped after the drop/add deadline, a “W” will appear on the official transcript and the student will be responsible for paying the full tuition and fees for the course. Dropping courses after the drop/add deadlines will result in 0% tuition reimbursement.